aspnetcore

A 3-post collection

Using CDNJS with LibMan for ASP.NET Core

The inspiration trigger for writing this blog post was a question from the ASP.NET Core forum community. The question was about the best way of using npm packages in ASP.NET Core. I will not write here about npm but instead, I will describe how to use an alternative new tool for installing Client-Side libraries of an ASP.NET Core Application. This tool is called Microsoft Library Manager (aka LibMan). Prerequisites I used the following tools: Visual Studio 2017 Preview 15.9.0 .NET Core SDK 2.2.100-preview1-009349 What is CDNJS? CDNJS is a free and Open Source Public Web CDN for Web developers where you can find 3403 libraries with 90027 different versions at this moment of...

What's new on ASP.NET Core RC2? dotnet cli on Azure CentOS 7.1

In this blog post, I target another platform for .NET CLI. This platform is CentOS 7.1 ! The CentOS Linux distribution is a stable, predictable, manageable and reproducible platform derived from the sources of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). Since March 2004, CentOS Linux has been a community-supported distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by Red Hat. As such, CentOS Linux aims to be functionally compatible with RHEL. As I mentioned in my previous blog post, open dot.net then choose Linux platform where you will find 4 Linux different distributions. I'm Windows developer so I choose Microsoft Azure VM service to provide me with CentOS VM. Azure VM CentOS 7.1 Creation Let's go to the...

What's new on ASP.NET Core RC2? dotnet cli on Windows

This is my first blog post ever! I decide to write a series of blog posts to share some of my personal experience dealing with what's new on ASP.NET Core RC2. The first thing I have tested is the new dotnet cli. The .NET CLI is open source on GitHub and cross-platform, but in this post, I focus on Windows. So, let's get started and keep it simple! How to install dotnet cli? There is a new cool url dot.net , the previous url is also refering to the same web page get.asp.net Let's clic on "Download .NET Core" and then choose Windows platform. If you prefer to develop with the command line, you can download the...