Back in 2017 I started looking into .Net core Because of this I started scouting the web for good resources on .NET core. I am mostly into books as these are more comprehensive. My list will most likely show that I have a focus on web development.
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Pro ASP.NET Core MVC 2
Author: Adam Freeman
It seems that this is, the must have book on ASP.NET core. It goes through all you need to know in order to create lean applications for cloud and mobile. It starts simple and gets you coding straight away. It also gets into the advanced features - which you may skip to if you already know the basics. This is the 7th edition of the book.
ASP.NET Core Application Development
Authors: James Chambers, David Paquette and Simon Timms
Learning ASP.NET Core 2.0
Authors: Jason De Oliveira and Michel Bruchet
Compared to the other two books this is the newest on the block. Like the previously mentioned books this also takes you through MVC, hosting, monitoring, Entity Framework and so on. This book has some great discussions on ASP.NET core and makes the reader feel as if he or she is part of this.
I know we are at .Net core 3.1 today, but not too much have happened since 2.0.
Hands-On RESTful Web Services with ASP.NET Core 3
Author: Samuele Resca
This book focuses on creating RESTful APIs using asp.net core 3. If you are not going to use ASP.NET core for web development but creating APIs this is the book for you. It has examples on how to use Filters, middleware, Swagger, RabbitMQ and much more in your APIs.
I can note from the comments on Amazon that it is not that well written and lacks technical editing, this is giving it mixed reviews.
The Little ASP.NET Core Book
Author: Nate Barbettini
Compared to the other books, this one is FREE. It can be found on github or with a direct download here. This book is praised for being short, easy to read and covers the basics. It is a great book if you just want an understanding of what ASP.NET core is, but you do not wish to make a smaller investment to get this.
That was my list!
That was my list, do you think anything should be added?