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Build your .NET Core app using Yeoman

Creating new projects seems to have become awfully complicated in recent times.

Step in Yeoman, a scaffolding tool that uses generators to help you get a new project up and running quickly (using predefined templates).

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Creating a new .NET Core web application, what are your options?

You want to jump on board the .NET Core train and you’re wondering how best to create your first project. Here are three ways to do just that. (for a bonus fourth way check out using Yeoman to create your .NET Core app) 1. Use the command line (dotnet new) Start off by downloading the .NET Core SDK for Windows. …

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Learn .NET Core by example

Tutorials are great for getting started but the best way to learn is by looking at real projects and seeing how the technology works in the wild

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Should I learn .NET Core?

It’s new, shiny and all the cool kids are using it, but is Core right for you? If you’re just setting out with .NET Core (as most of us are) you’re starting with a lot of the landscape hidden from you. Here’s a rough plan of action to help you get started.

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Troubleshoot your ASP.NET Core web app using logging

This is post 7 of 10 in the series “ASP.NET Core from scratch using the command line” You’ve created your new ASP.NET Core web app and are happily building your features. Then something breaks and you’ve no idea what. How can you find out what’s causing the problem? If you’ve created your ASP.NET Core web app from scratch (not using …

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Use ASP.NET Core against .NET 4.6

It is possible to build an ASP.NET Core app and target .NET Framework 4.6.x. That way you get to try out the new web framework but still use your existing libraries and the tried and tested framework.

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How to easily extend your app using MediatR notifications

This is post 2 of 2 in the series “Getting started with MediatR” Probably the biggest question you face as a developer every single day is “where to put your code“? Should you use repositories or query classes? Should you have one class or two to represent your domain object? Should you write a new class or extend an existing …