aspnetcore

A 18-post collection

Weekly Ink - 6/6/16

ASP.NET Core Here is another edition of "Weekly Ink", this week's post has a great entry from Rick on running ASP.NET Core on IIS, Cory shows how to add 3rd party libraries when using the angular CLI, see how to deploy docker containers to kubernetes on AWS seriously? and my favorite request has surfaced within VS Code; terminal built in! How To Specify Framework When Running ASP.NET Core Apps - Steve Smith Publishing and Running ASP.NET Core Applications with IIS - Rick Strahl Introduction to integration testing with xUnit and TestServer in ASP.NET Core - Andrew Lock Angular 2 Quick Angular 2 Hosting with the Angular CLI and GitHub Pages - TJ VanToll Angular 2...


ASP.NET Core : Getting Clean with SOAP

Being able to take the packaging off the new toy and spin up a new project is a lot of fun I must admit. However, when leaving the latest conference, hack-a-thon or turning away from the latest webcast on that shiny penny; real life hits and trying to get this new thing to work with the old thing sets in. WCF WCF is a framework that many .NET developers came to love and built many of services on to support Silverlight and WPF applications and was the basis for Web API. However, it's primary protocol was SOAP and a message format of XML. There are many other great features, WS-*, Transactions, Reliable Messages and more; but for most business it...


ASP.NET Core: Watching Code

Being able to edit code and see the changes on the fly is a big advantage when developing applications with all of the "moving parts" in today's tech stack. Simply hitting F5 doesn't cut it anymore. Everything needs to be compiled, minified, uglified, or transpiled to get your app to show up right. On the node.js side of the dev stack I have been using nodemon to watch files for changes and execute whatever functions need to be run and restart the node server for my client apps during development. nodemon ./server.js localhost 8080 Early on in the ASP.NET Core days, beta 3, I creates a nuget package called KMon that used nodemon under the covers to...


.NET Core Slack Channel Sign Up

This will be the official sign up page for the .NET Core Slack Channel. Please share this page with your communities. Thanks for your participation! Core team members and community members have joined, over 200 now in the last 24 hrs! The post on why I like it, why it's important....


ASP.NET Core Needs a Logo

It is not uncommon for developers to adorn their laptops, Macs, Surface Pros, etc with the sticky vinyls of the platforms, tools and frameworks of the stuff we like to use. Unless you have been under a rock, or just too busy to look up, ASP.NET is all new again. It's small, fast, runs cross platform and aims to be on the radar of every new kid coming out of whatever school you name to be the framework of choice. But where's my sticker dude? dotnet is covered pretty well on stickermule.com as Kristan Hellang pointed out on the github issue - https://github.com/aspnet/Home/issues/579. I pointed out in my comment on the issue...