Web development is a continually evolving landscape and Visual Studio 2017 and ASP.NET Core have to keep up. And so do you.
While Bower was a commonly used tool to manage client-side packages when ASP.NET Core was first released, it has since been deprecated. And Microsoft made the hard decision to remove Bower from their tooling.
So, how do developers replace Bower? Pluralsight author and Microsoft MVP Shawn Wildermuth shows you in this on-demand webinar.