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The ASP.NET team is proud to announce general availability of ASP.NET Core 2.0. This release features compatibility with .NET Core 2.0, tooling support in Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3, and the new Razor Pages user-interface design paradigm.

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Sebastien Ros announces the release of Orchard Core Beta 1, a redevelopment of open source Orchard CMS on ASP.NET Core.

Jeff Fritz announces the release of a set of providers for ASP.NET 4.7.1 that make it easier than ever to deploy your applications to cloud services and take advantage of cloud-scale features.

Frank A. Krueger implemented a web backend for Xamarin.Forms that can run in any browser.

Rick Strahl shares the beta of his open source project Westwind.Globalization, for database-driven resource localization in .NET applications.

Mads Kristensen turns his ASP.NET Core web application into a full fledged Progressive Web App (PWA) using service workers.

Mark Downie reintroduces the DasBlog blogging engine, now running on ASP.NET Core.

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