Getting Started Visual Studio Code Go get Visual Studio Code! http://code.visualstudio.com, the all new cross platform development tool from Microsoft. Runtime You'll need DNX, formerly known as K or KRE (K Runtime Environment). You can get the full instructions on the ASP.NET Github repo. If you have been running the K Runtime, you can uninstall if you deem necessary; however DNX can and will run side by side. On OSX, the install is simple with Homebrew $ brew tap aspnet/dnx $ brew update $ brew install dnvm This will install the toooling you need (dnx, dnu, dnvm) as well as mono 4.0.1. generator-aspnet If you are starting a new project, it is recommended starting with the...
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