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 In this article we will learn about Getting Started With ASP.NET Core 6.0. The latest version of Asp.Net Core is Asp .Net Core 6.0. It was released on November 8, 2021.

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What is Asp.Net Core?

ASP.NET Core is a new version of ASP.NET, developed by Microsoft. It is an open-source framework for developing web applications and it can be run on Windows, Mac, or Linux. ASP.NET Core application can run on both .NET CORE and traditional .NET Framework (.NET framework 4.x). It has been completely rewritten from scratch and it was initially launched as Asp.Net 5 but then was renamed to ASP.NET CORE 1.0.

Asp.Net Core is a cross platform, high-performance, open-source framework for building modern, cloud-based, internet-connected applications.

What’s New in ASP.NET Core 6.0?

ASP .NET Core 6.0 version was released on November 08, 2021. Visual studio 2022 version 17.0 required for develop ASP.Net Core 6.0 web application.


  • NET Core MVC and Razor improvements.
  • NET Core Performance and API improvements.
  • SignaIR performance improvements.
  • Razor compiler updated to use source generators.
  • Razor compiler no longer produces a separate views assembly.
  • Reduce the size of System.IO.Pipelines.pipe from 368 bytes to 264 bytes. For every connection that is established, two pipes are allocated in Kestrel.

  • Hot reload: Apply changes to Razor, C#, and CSS source files into your running application during development time without rebuilding and restarting the application.
  • Minimal APIs: Create a new ASP.NET Core Web API with just few lines of code using the latest C# features with minimal dependencies.
  • SignalR performance improvements.
  • Async streaming:Asynchronously stream data from the server without buffering.
  • IAsyncDisposable Supported: IAsyncDisposable is now available for controllers, page, models and view components.
  • Bootstrap 5.1: ASP.NET Core 6.0 now comes with Bootstrap 5.1 support.
  • Null-state Analysis: All ASP.NET Core 6.0 templates have c# null-state analysis enabled by default.
  • CSS Isolation for pages and views: Scope CSS styles to specific pages or views using .cshtml.css files.
  • JavaScript Modules: Place related JavaScript modules alongside pages, views, and Components using .cshtml.js and .razor.js fies.
  • Developer exception page Middleware added automatically.
  • Faster get and set for HTTP headers.
  • .NET WebAssembly Build Tools: Ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation for Blazor WebAssembly applications, as well as support for runtime relinking and native dependencies.
  • Single-page applications: Built-in support for Angular 12 and React 17 based on a flexible template pattern that can be used with other frontend JavaScript frameworks.
  • Socket Control: More control over socket creation and handling.
  • Strongly-typed Headers: Accessing HTTP headers in a strongly-typed way.
  • HTTP & W3C Logging: Log HTTP traffic, and log using the W3C Extended Log File Format.
  • NET Core 6.0 is supported with Visual Studio 2022 and Visual Studio 2022 for Mac. It is not supported in Visual Studio 2019
Web app template improvements

  • Startup.cs and Program.cs into a single Program.cs file.
  • Reduces the number of files and lines of code required to create an app.
  • Use top-level statements to minimize the code required for an app.
  • Uses global using directives to eliminate or minimize the number of using statement lines required.
  • Use the new minimal hosting model.
Blazor improvements
  • Render components from JavaScript.
  • Preserve prerendered state.
  • Error boundaries.
  • Custom event args.
  • Infer generic type parameters from ancestor components.
  • Required component parameters.
  • Handle query string parameters.
  • Control HTML head content.
  • JavaScript Initializers.
  • Dynamically render components.
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