Move your Web Forms app to  NET Core without rewriting everything

Move your Web Forms app to NET Core without rewriting everything



Announcing .NET Core 3.0:

More than just tips, tricks, metrics, and clicks, from code to cloud and back again – performance on the web has gone way beyond “oh just put your CSS in the header and your Javascript in the footer.” Find out why this is important, and what you can do about it.

9 thoughts on “Move your Web Forms app to NET Core without rewriting everything

  1. Is there a comparable video for ASP.NET MVC? We'd love a Microsoft recommended upgrade path to migrate our existing .NET Framework 4.8 web app to .NET Core.

  2. Thanks for video! We are just stucking on migrating our huge 10+ years webforms project to .Net Core. We know JS, but our project doesn’t launch in VS2019 because of mixed VB and C# code in website project. I tried to make it webapp, but too many files need to translate from vb to c#…

  3. This conversion could be easily done with Razor pages. Create a new project in .NET core and Razor pages, then port all data access, business logic followed by .aspx and code behind to .cshtml and cshtml.cs respectively.

  4. Great Video. i would like to know that what are the .net application which is support .net core conversion and which application does not.
    If there is any other video which can show for linux platform also.

  5. Hi, thanks for the video,, i did make an attempt to try DotVVM. Even with DotVVM the application i have seem to get complicated. I wanted to check if there's any other way to migrate traditional apps to .Net Core with a migration tool or any other workaround ??

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