.Net Core In A Container

How To Run a .NET Core API Inside a Docker Container

Using Docker With .NET Core Docker is an incredibly popular software container platform. If you don’t know what it is read more about it here. Docker for Windows I’m running Windows 10 and using Docker for Windows. The most important thing to mention is that as of writing this Docker for Windows only runs on 64 bit Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise and Education. Check the Docker for Windows page for the full requirements. [Read More]

The .Net Core CLI

How to Get Started Using the .NET Core Command Line

A lot has changed in the land of .NET Core since my last blog post. For me, the best change is the .NET Core tooling. The command line interface (CLI) has really been greatly improved. I’d previously recommended yeoman to setup a new .NET Core project, but now for most scenarios I use the CLI. The .NET Core CLI Basic Commands The .NET Core CLI gives you a quick easy way to do things like: [Read More]