Trust me, that's a good thing. I'm working on the current asp.net core and pretty much every complex question I could want to know the answer to ... is now obsolete. That makes it difficult to find an answer, as you ask and get results for version 2 when its all about version 3 now and the interfaces changed drastically. Ho hum, I guess it keeps someone at Microsoft constantly paid.
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