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6.1 Conclusion

Thank you for spending time with me, learning about ASP.NET Core. Microsoft did a great job with this redesign of ASP.NET, and if you’re interested in continuing to learn and use ASP.NET Core, then I encourage you to visit the links below to learn more from the official documentation.

My name is Jeremy McPeak, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching!

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6.1 Conclusion

ASP.NET Core had a rocky start. It's been through name changes, false starts, and command line tool change ups. But ultimately Microsoft has knocked it out of the park. Not only is it completely open sourced, which is something that developers have been clamoring for, but it's also cross-platform and that's something that most .NET devs have been asking for for over 15 years. Now we've barely scratched the surface of ASP.NET Core, there are some features that we barely even talked about and there's many more that I didn't even mention. There's also the fact that ASP.NET Core is entirely modular and you can replace several pieces with your own or a third party implementation. Microsoft did a very good job with this redesign of ASP.NET. If you're interested in continuing to learn and use ASP.NET Core, then I encourage you to visit ASP.NET and the docs for ASP.NET Core at docs.microsoft.com. Thank you so much for watching this course. Please feel free to contact me via Twitter or the Tuts+ forums if you have any questions. I'll be back with you as soon as I can. From all of us here at Tuts+, thank you and I will see you next time.

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