Microsoft’s ASP.NET Core 6, which has been available for production use since November 8, introduces a simplified hosting model that reduces the boilerplate code that you would otherwise need to write to get your ASP.NET Core application up and running. ASP.NET Core 6 makes a bit easier to create a new web application from scratch, compared with ASP.NET Core 5.
But what if you want to update an ASP.NET Core 5 project to ASP.NET Core 6? In that case, you should be aware of the code you will need to write to migrate ASP.NET Core 5 code to ASP.NET Core 6. This article presents several code samples that show how you can do this.