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Replied to Where To Go ? Laravel Or .NET Core 2
I'd like to carry on this conversation as I'm wondering if anyone has gone from Laravel into .net core Razor Pages/MVC and what their experience has been.
Not to hijack the thread, but as a solo developer in my company and after 5+ years of use, at this point I feel like I can wield Laravel like an extension of my own ~~body~~ brain. The flexibility works for all of the varying situations that I come across. With Laravel I don't have to think about the framework or language, only creating a business solution. Many of the features built into Laravel seem to require extra NuGet packages in .NET core, and Microsoft's docs leave much to be desired.
Has anyone gone cold turkey from Laravel to .net core and reached, or see that level of comfort in sight?