In this section, thought of getting started new series on ASP.NET Core stuffs right from the beginning. The very first thing which needs to be done here downloading the core components from http://dot.net. Here, you will get two options LTS(Long Term Solution) and Current. I prefer LTS as this is how it is going to be in future. The major difference which I see is Project Type System (.xproj –> .csproj) change and project.json is going away. This has been done to embrace the existing Microsoft ecosystem which is based on .csproj system.
As new year is about to come, thought to share thoughts with you all. First of all I would like to thank you all for being awesome, reading and appreciating the content. It gives me immense satisfaction writing and sharing posts with you guys.
In this section, we are going to delve further in RequireJS-Fundametal sections. In the last post, we have started achieving modularity in our code. In this section, we will go further and extend the same and make it completely modular.
In this section, I will talk about my new Yeoman generator. In this Yeoman Generator, I have published ASP.NET Core scaffolding template with Angular 2 and TypeScript. This will enable developers to get started with Single Page App (SPA) development quickly. One point to note here is, this template is align with new ASP.NET Core changes where it embraces .csproj system rather than .xproj.
In this section, we will continue from the previous post, where in we have seen how to get started with RequireJS. In this section, we are going to look how to construct modules and how DI(Dependency Injection) works? In the last section, we were still loading JQuery using direct reference. However, we can inject the same using require as well like shown below.
In coming sections, we will delve into new advanced cross platform messaging system which is really the buzz word these days. This is one of the key things for building MicroServices. Hence, we will first looking at the basics of Rabbit-MQ installation process.
Today, I have published my first extension for ASP.NET Core regular stuffs like controller, startup file and main program file. When you login to http://marketplace.visualstudio.com, it will open the below page.