Continuing my series on porting to .NET Core, I have mostly converted a production .NET 4.5.x application to .NET Core 2.2. As I mentioned, there are lots of conversion points that are worth mentioning for anyone else endeavoring to modernize a .NET application.
Continuing my (old) series on porting to .NET Core, I am sharing some of my experiences of moving a production, legacy .NET 4.5.x application to .NET Core 2.2. This was a interesting endeavor since the application itself had some really deep hooks into the older WebAPI/MVC pipeline.
Ripping out those hooks is like opening the proverbial can of worms ..