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Learning Node.js for .NET Developers by Harry Cummings

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JavaScript and ASP.NET

On the server side, we don't need to wait for WebAssembly to mature in order to work with Node.js and .NET together. There is already some convergence between programming on these two platforms and support for interoperability between them.

Exploring .NET Core

The next version of NET, called .NET Core, makes some major changes to the platform. Some of these changes might seem familiar if you've spent some time working with Node.js. This is not just a coincidence. Microsoft are incorporating good ideas that have worked in Node.js and elsewhere into their ecosystem.

Defining project structure in .NET Core

.NET Core separates the programming platform from the IDE. Microsoft still recommends using Visual Studio, but have made it ...

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