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Core Concepts:

Introduction

During the last several chapters, we have established what the MVC pattern is and how to work with it using the ASP.NET Core framework. We have even started to create small projects to demonstrate how various things work - they can all be combined to create a non-trivial website.

However, to accomplish this, we have skipped a lot of subjects, because they were a bit too heavy or technical to introduce at first. I wanted to make sure that you realized the great potential and how easy it is to work with ASP.NET Core, before we made things more technical.

In the next articles we'll do a bit of catch-up on some of the core concepts of the ASP.NET Core Framework. We'll dig a bit deeper to talk about those things that you likely won't need at first, but which will come in handy later on. Read on to learn more!

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