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What is ASP.NET ZERO?
ASP.NET Zero is a starting point for new web applications with a modern UI and solid architecture. It saves your time by providing pre-built and working pages and a strong infrastructure.
Get it as your base application and directly start to develop your business code!
ASP.NET Zero is a stunning example of what modern ASP.NET MVC5 applications are capable of. It's a sublime blend of form and function. New applications can be delivered literally months faster. It's supremely testable and scalable, and with Metronic for the UI, it's ultra modern. The savings and advantages are incalculable.
Michael Hornaday - Solutions Architect at Izenda
AspNet Zero helped us efficiently kickstart KeyReply's backend development. The core features are well designed, and they covered most of our basic business needs for a multi-tenant SaaS solution. The documentation is easy to follow, even for someone with limited .NET experience. We had a great overall experience using AspNet Zero.
Max Xu - Co-founder of Keyreply
We are still in development but the head start AspNet Zero gave us was definitely worth it. In addition the documentation and best practices described their has helped us to build on the framework in a consistent manner. Basically it has all the stuff you read about baked in a real world example.
Rahul Patel - CTO at Parsus
A great start for our new project. The speed of development and quality of the product is much better than any self-architected approach.
Ole Eirik Øren - Developer at Tempus
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