As of this post in August 2016, .NET core is in RTM I wanted to round up a bunch of things as of now and update my earlier post on ASP .NET Core but also I intend to use this post as a way of gathering content I think is useful, I've made sure to keep things here that are about .NET core RTM or RC2 where noted.
Important note, this blog post serves as a collection of some things I've found on .NET core RTM. It will change as I add new things.
Roadmap Blog post from MSDN
First and foremost and just to start us off right, we have getting started. The new docs site for ASP is brillant
Create an MVC Net Core web app in Visual studio.
Getting started with Visual Studio
Want to use the command line? Well you can do that now.
Get started from the command line
Scott Hanselman walks through creating a small Web API in .NET Core in Exploring a minimal WebAPI with ASP.NET Core another from Scott where he jumps into Nancy FX Exploring a minimal WebAPI with .NET Core and NancyFX
David Paquette covers using View Components in ASP.NET core LOADING VIEW COMPONENTS FROM A CLASS LIBRARY IN ASP.NET CORE MVC
For more on View Components David has us covered with Goodbye Child Actions, Hello View Components
Chris Myers takes us into building a Web API that runs in Docker, it's a really great step by step guide Stateful Microservice with .NET Core, Docker, and PostreSQL
Laurent Kempe goes wild with .NET core in Docker on Azure Build, ship and run ASP.NET Core on Microsoft Azure using Docker Cloud
Jerrie Pelser gets into Tag helpers and using them in a web app Accessing the Request object inside a Tag Helper in ASP.NET Core
Joonas Westlin gives us a look using Azure AD in .NET Core ASP.NET Core 1.0 Azure AD Authentication
Matthew Jones with some dependency injection in ASP .NET core Getting Started with Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core
More Dependency injection this time from Shawn Wildermuth ASP.NET Core Dependency Injection
Ben Cull shows how you can store session variables in ASP.NET Core, and also use a backing store such as Redis or SQL Server Cache instead of the default in-memory implementation. Using Sessions and HttpContext in ASP.NET Core and MVC Core
This post on the ComponentOne blog is another in an ongoing series on how to build your own Tag Helper. TagHelpers : Authoring Nested TagHelpers in ASP.NET Core MVC
Jon Hilton shows how to Compile your changes on the fly with .NET Core Watch
Radu Matei has an Introduction to ASP.NET Core MVC API
Marius Schulz shows us how to go about Simulating Latency in ASP.NET Core
Ben Cull using Global Routes for ASP.NET Core MVC