- The new release supports for developing with native Windows capabilities.
- While using a host other than Windows Internet Information Server (IIS), the new version offers improved and cross-platform compatible site hosting capabilities.
- Compatibility, portability and performance of middleware and other MVC features throughout the UI framework
- Improved deployment and management experience of ASP.NET Core applications on Microsoft Azure, thus making it the best option for developing application for the cloud.
Please check out the release notes for additional details on the changes included in ASP.NET Core 1.1.
URL Rewriting Middleware
URL rewriting functionality is added to ASP.NET Core through a middleware component that can be configured using IIS standard XML formatted rules, Apache Mod_Rewrite syntax, or some simple C# methods coded into your application
Response Caching Middleware
Response Caching can now be activated in your application by adding the Microsoft.AspNetCore.ResponseCaching and the Microsoft.Extensions.Caching.Memory packages to your application. For a sample implementation, have a look at the demo in the ResponseCaching repository.
WebListener Server for Windows
WebListener – a server that runs directly on top of the Windows Http Server API can be beneficial for Dotnet Development Experts if they are interested to bundle an ASP.NET core microservice in a Windows container that takes advantage of these Windows features.
View Components as Tag Helpers
ASP.NET development experts can now invoke View Component from your views using Tag Helper syntax and get all the benefits of IntelliSense and Tag Helper tooling in Visual Studio.
Middleware as MVC filters
Middleware components can now be applied as global attributes. Moreover, you can now apply middleware as an MVC resource filter using the new Middleware Filter Attribute.
Cookie-based Temp Data provider
Temp data can now be stored in a cookie similar to MVC pre-Core.
With the new release developers can compile the Razor views that their application references and deploy them with their application.
Azure App Service logging provider
This feature is highly recommended by Microsoft which is to be used while deploying an app to Azure App Service. Earlier it was very difficult to capture log files without a hosted service or third party provider.
To catch on this new release and find additional details about it go through the official site of Microsoft Developers’ Network. If you have an app development ideas then get in touch with ASP.Net Development Agency for professional and cost-effective solution.