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ASP.NET on Mac OS?
Im checking the tutorial and in the teachers note says:
"Currently, the only way to develop and run ASP.NET websites on a Mac or Linux computer is to install and use an open source version of the .NET Framework known as Mono. All of that changes this year, when Microsoft releases a new version of ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core 1.0."
but the 2.0 is already out.... is this outdated?
Do i need to download Mono or just Visual Studio 2019 to be able to use all the tools?