dotnet-cli

A 2-post collection

Setting up ASP.NET Core debugging in VS Code

UPDATE: Now Version 1.0 of Visual Studio Released - Same steps apply for Version 1.0. In the most recent ASP.NET Community Standup (http://live.asp.net), Damian walked through the steps of getting RC2 debugging setup inside of Visual Studio Code - Insiders Build. Here are the steps. Install the dotnet SDK for your OS Go to https://github.com/dotnet/cli#installers-and-binaries and select the proper link for your OS in the .NET Core SDK Installer column and install this. As a note, if you have a previous version of this installed you may need to manually remove the dotnet folder from the installation location prior as the installer will not overwrite, and it fails silently....


Preparing for dotnet cli

There was a ton of cool that came out of the Connect()(http://connect2015.visualstudio.com/) event. For me the announcement of ASP.NET 5 going RC was a great milestone. Go Live License with support Linux, Windows, OS X Installers available - http://get.asp.net Checkout Cleanshave available on GitHub an ASP.NET 5 & Angular 2 template called . There were a bunch of other items announced such as open sourcing Visual Studio Code (http://github.com/microsoft/vscode) and showing off Glimpse. What's Next One of the things shown was the dotnet cli. This is the next iteration of the command line tooling for .NET. Currently we are typing dnx run for console applications or dnx web...