One of the new features in Visual Studio 2015 for ASP.NET 5 is an agile development environment. What that means is now when you makes changes to your code, there is no need to re-compile to see the changes in the browser. Visual Studio uses the Roslyn compiler to enable this dynamic compilation. You still have all of the structure and power of a compiled framework, but the development experience feels more like an interpreted language. See more here - ASP.NET 5 Overview This is a great new feature for Visual Studio users, but the new awesome is you now have a choice of what IDE you may use. That's where kmon comes in. kmon, pronounced kuh-mon, is...
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