ASP.NET Core and IIS

What does it means to host you application in IIS? To help with that there is new module called ASP.NET Core Module.   It’s native IIS module that forwards request to your application. It plugs into IIS, receive requests and then it’s forwarding this into process which we want to be started to handle that request. Module does all bunch of things like: Supports forwarding c…

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ASP.NET Core – Implementing custom server

In previous blog post I’ve show you how to host ASP.NET Core application using Kestrel server. But why not to write our own server – in ASP.NET Core that is actually quite simple. Like show in previous blog post ASP.NET Core provide an extension method which specifies the Kestrel server will be used by the app (it creates the web server and hosts the code). But there is actuall…

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ASP.NET Core hosting

Hosting is how you get you ASP.NET application up and running. And ASP.NET Core is just bunch of libraries host in you own process. It’s not provide a hosting – user have to take care of providing hosting process. That gives us lot of possibilities and flexibility. Such application can be hosted in console application, windows service or everywhere you want – all you need to do…

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