@VBAndCs shared the following in another room:
"I offered to contribute to make a VB.NET Razor, but ASP team rejected the offer. I insisted to go forward alone, and thought I can simplfy the effort by separating VB code in a code-behind file, which made me remember that VB already has XML literals which can play as a built-in Razor! I made a VB.NET MVC Core App as a proof of concept here:
More details about how it works here:
A. I am acontributor to it :D
B. It lets you do git operations without knowing git syntax.
C. I became a git expert through using and developing it.
D. Only a few people develop it :D
E. VERY active development.
"Sorry 3.0 branch should have been delete when I merged it back into Master which was originally based on Framework. Since the merge is complete I will delete it after I figure out how."