IBM i and AIX still pretty much the only platforms where .Net Core apps won't run natively. Sigh......

It appears that existing Windows binaries will intermix with .Net Core 2.0, but not other platforms.

I plan to test .Net Core with the IBM i Access Database drivers for Windows compatibility at least.

I will also be testing the XMLSERVICE wrapper I wrote for IBM i as well which should work if you want to use XMLSERVICE.

It's very easy to create node-like self-hosted web apps. I was watching the intro video last night and it talked about one vendor switching from Node to ASP.Net Core because of the backend speed and receiving a huge performance boost. Mileage may vary however.

Definitely interesting.

Check it out:
https://www.microsoft.com/net/core

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