.Net Core

September 3rd, 2017

Running a .Net Core console application as a Windows Service

Although .Net Core does not directly support creating Windows Services there are several different ways of creating applications that can be registered and run as services.

April 12th, 2017

Using Docker to build and deploy .Net Core console applications

Using Docker with .Net Core is initially straightforward, but to get beyond basic image building you will need to handle more than the simple scenarios demonstrated in quick-start guides.

March 10th, 2017

Sharing libraries between .Net Core and .Net Framework applications

Although .Net Standard does provide a mechanism for sharing assemblies between .Net Core and .Net Framework applications, as ever, you’re still very much constrained by your dependencies.

August 9th, 2016

Migrating .Net framework applications to .Net Core

Migrating existing applications to .Net Core is not a trivial undertaking so you need to be certain of the potential benefits before you start.

July 12th, 2016

Simplifying .Net REST API development: Nancy, self-hosting and ASP.Net Core

REST API development using ASP.Net WebAPI is so fussy compared to other ecosystems such as Node.js and Ruby. New frameworks are emerging that promise to simplify both development and hosting of APIs in the .Net world.