.NET Core vs MVC5

Max De Los Reyes asked on September 27, 2022 23:52


Our site has been operating on K10 for a while, and obviously we're going to be upgrading to 13 soon. I've subsequently drafted a basic MVC5 app to get a feel for how the structure would work with our site, and because I'm familiar with MVC5. But, most of the Kentico documentation, I'm finding, recommends .NET Core.

Anyone have some succinct insights about the benefits of one over the other? Will work out a .NET Core attempt anyways but I'd appreciate hearing from anyone willing to share, as opposed to plain info on the web alone.

Thanks a ton.

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Dmitry Bastron answered on September 29, 2022 14:26

Hi Max,

Classic .NET and MVC5 are going to be retired soon. This is one of the main reasons why you should be looking at .NET Core. The other would be much better performance of .NET Core MVC over MVC5

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Juraj Ondrus answered on September 28, 2022 07:35

.NET Core has a long term suport from Microsoft. Apps built on this platform can be hosted on any operating system, not only Windows. But when it comes to coding the idea is still MVC development approach.

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