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Asp.net Core Mvc Controls Toolkit Home

This is the home repository for the Asp.net Core version of the Mvc Controls Toolkit. The first controls suite completely based on TagHelpers! Here you will find all features, some examples, and the future Roadmap. Here you may find the list of all repositories included in the Mvc Controls Toolkit project.


Available 2.1.0. See releases history

Available also new CosmosDB/DocumentDB utilities. See documentation. `

Current version: 2.1.0 RTM

This version is compatible with Asp.net Core Mvc 1.1.0-2.0.0.

See installation/upgrade instructions

See live examples.

See full documentation

See versions history.

Follow tutorial on DotNetCurry.com and download the associated code. If you would like to update the tutorial to the last version, just substitute the version of the nuget package mentioned in the tutorial with the 2.1.0 version and all bower, and npm library versions mentioned in the tutoral with the ones mentioned in the official installation procedure.

For CosmosDB/DocumentDB utilities see the CosmosDB tutorial in the issue34 of DNCMagazine.

Installation instructions are updated to the last 2.1.0 release.

Changes in the new 2.1.0 version

See relesae notes


Other features to come:

  • json file with specs of classes to be compiled from C# to TypeScript. Some C# data annotations will be translated into MetaData JavaScript objects, so client side frameworks like angular or knockout may use the same C# classes, with the same validation rules. Compilation may come in different "flavors" in such a way to adapt the code to various client frameworks.
  • TagHelpers providers for all most common client side frameworks.
  • TypeScript version of IQueryables, DContexts, and DbSets, with changes tracking cababilities and with the possibility to synchronize entities with various data sources (both local, and remote).
  • Several more complex controls, like TreeViews, enahnced with native Drag/Drop capabilities (or polyfills).
  • Advanced interaction protocols and widgets based on native drag and drop.