.NET Core

May 10, 2017

Updated ASP.NET Core 2.0 & Full .NET Framework

This week is the week of Microsoft's BUILD developer conference where lots of new announcements are typically made. Yesterday it was revealed that the next version of ASP.NET Core, version 2.0, will no longer support running on the full, existing .NET Framework. (.NET 4.7 for example). There has been a lot of various feedback on this topic, and I thought I'd chime in a bit with my opinion as well, as with all posts I welcome conversation and alternative viewpoints in the comments.

April 27, 2017

Publishing ASP.NET Core Applications to Azure Action Pack Hosting

The more I work with ASP.NET Core, the more I love the new way of doing things. We have far better language features to help make life easier, however, with all good, there is some bad. Compilation and deployment are something that still is just a bit more complicated than it should be. In the past few weeks, I've been working on getting a practical, full featured application deployed under ASP.NET Core. One of the hardest parts was getting the application published to my hosting environment. Everything would run locally just fine, but for one reason or another, I would not be able to get things working as expected on the hosting provider. Compile & Publish would finish in my automated environment without error, yet files were missing. Finally, I managed to figure out what was going wrong, so I thought I'd share.  

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