Building and Migrating .NET Core Libraries
.NET Core | Beginner
- 9 videos | 41m 11s
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For ASP.NET developers, .NET Core increases the number of hosting options available for ASP.NET applications. In this course, you'll learn how to build and package a .NET Core library, migrate an existing library to .NET Core, and build and migrate .NET Core Libraries, beginning with how to package code into a NuGet package and distribute it, how to use the pack command to share libraries, and how to add a packages folder to a project. Then you'll explore how to push to a local package source and how to migrate code from .NET Framework to .NET Core. Finally, you'll discover terms and standards for migration, the basic process of porting code and how to replace code that uses unported APIs. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK).
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Describe reasons why you would want to build your own packagesDemonstrate how to use the pack command to share libraries across projectsDescribe how to how to add a packages folder to a project for distributionDemonstrate how to push to a local package source using the nuget push commandDescribe common reasons for migrating existing code to .net core
Discuss terms and standards you should be familiar with before migrating to .net coreDescribe the basic process of porting code over to .net coreDiscuss what happens when you replace a .net framework library with a .net core equivalentDescribe how to replace code that uses unported apis
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