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In a previous post, I discussed how we can use Configuration API in .net core console application to retrieve custom configuration settings from a Json file, utilising a convenient feature of the Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration namespace.In this post, I will provide an example of how to develop .NET Core console applications using IHost, generic interface to develop headless […]
how to use the Configuration API in .net core to access configuration data in Console Applications.
Tutorial on how to create a NuGet package using the .NET Core CLI, and then publish their NuGet package to the nuget.org site, including how to set up a CI/CD pipeline
Learning how to use the .net Core CLI is helpful when learning to manage and edit .net core based applications across different operating systems. In this article we take a look at how easy it is to Manage and Edit project and package references making use of the .net CLI
The latest release of .net core CLI re-introduced Solution Files and .csproj files to the .net core framework. This post explores making use of these files to better organize your development project files
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