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There's been tons of changes since then but it's still a good overview.This has been a long time coming and is a massive effort to get class library authors to move to the next phase of PCL.
This stuff is kind of deep and shows "how the sausage gets made" so the TL; DR version of this is "the guts are changing for the better and it's taking longer than we thought it would to swap out the guts." That said, ASP.We just got everyone internally using builds of Visual Studio that have CLI support this last week. NET CLI (again, replacing DNX) will be the most de-stabilizing change in RC2.This is a good intro to where things are headed https://vimeo.com/153212604.I'd encourage you to take a look at the https://github.com/aspnet/cli-samples. We baked a bunch of assumptions into DNX specific for web applications and now we're building on top of a tool chain that doesn't assume a web application is the only target and we have to account for that.There were a couple of fundamental things affected by this move: The list goes on and on. NET Community stand up as we're pretty transparent about where we are in the process.Other examples of this include things like making sure we have the right extension methods in places and that it looks like they were designed in a coherent manner (logging is an example).
Other small things: This is always ongoing but now that most of the features are done, we have more time to spend on making things like Kestrel (the web/app server) rock solid and secure.
For demonstration I have created a database (named Database.mdf) in which we have a table named tbl_Employee.
I talked to architect David Fowler about this and tried to put together some clear answers.
We're still making changes to make sure things are very "performant." Some of these are tweaks that don't affect consuming code, others are actual design changes that affect API.
MVC is getting tons of love in this area (https://github.com/aspnet/Mvc/pull/4108).
This part of the process works almost exactly like the page you created in the previous tutorial, so much of this tutorial will be familiar. NET operator that represents the current website root.) The result is that this part of the markup in the column simply produces something like the following markup at run time: will be different for each row. The three columns you originally had in the grid displayed only data values (title, genre, and year).