.Net Core SDK 2.* Series - NuGet

This is a series on the latest 2.* .Net Core bits, Following on from the original .Net Core Series Getting Started What's in the box Using Multiple Projects Testing NuGet <=(We are here) Multi-targeting Publishing Portable Applications Self-contained Applications (At the time of writing, 2.1.4. I use…

.Net Core SDK 2.* Series - Testing

This is a series on the latest 2.* .Net Core bits, Following on from the original .Net Core Series Getting Started What's in the box Using Multiple Projects Testing <=(We are here) NuGet Multi-targeting Publishing Portable Applications Self-contained Applications (At the time of writing, 2.1.4. I use…

.Net Core SDK 2.* Series - Using Multiple Projects

This is a series on the latest 2.* .Net Core bits, Following on from the original .Net Core Series Getting Started What's in the box Using Multiple Projects <=(We are here) Testing NuGet Multi-targeting Publishing Portable Applications Self-contained Applications (At the time of writing, 2.1.4. I use…

A PowerShell Watch Command

I use dotnet-watch a bunch and have used a version via grunt/gulp a little in the past as well. In front of me, I had some TypeScript, tsc and an app.ts file. I wanted to watch it and trigger tsc automatically. But there was no csproj, no NuGet,…

.Net Core SDK 2.* Series - What's in the box

This is a series on the latest 2.* .Net Core bits, Following on from the original .Net Core Series Getting Started What's in the box <=(We are here) Using Multiple Projects Testing NuGet Multi-targeting Publishing Portable Applications Self-contained Applications (At the time of writing, 2.1.4. I use…

.Net Core Series - Self-contained Applications

This is a series on the .Net Core 1.0 bits. Looking for .Net Core 2 Series? Getting Started What's in the box Using Multiple Projects Testing NuGet Multi-targeting Publishing Portable Applications Self-contained Applications <=(We are here) This was meant to be an article on Self-contained applications in .Net…

TypeScript over JavaScript, Always

Prelude As a developer, JavaScript is inevitable. Unless you're a dba or mobile app developer I suppose, but I digress. When working with JavaScript applications, you certainly have to be using a build pipeline of some description. If you are not at least bundling and minifying you are certainly doing…