26. Templates

26.1. Templates

26.1.1. Overview

The .Net Core and .Net Framework given templates allows to start coding an application with the following functionality ready to use:

Please refer to User guide in order to start developing.S

26.1.2. .Net Core 3.0

The .Net Core 3.0 template allows you to start developing an n-layer server application to provide the latest features. The template can be used in Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio 2019.

The application result can be deployed as a console application, microservice or web page.

To start developing with devon4Net template, please follow this instructions:

Using devon4Net template
Option 1
  1. Open your favourite terminal (Win/Linux/iOS)

  2. Go to future project’s path

  3. Type dotnet new --install Devon4Net.WebAPI.Template

  4. Type dotnet new Devon4NetAPI

  5. Go to project’s path

  6. You are ready to start developing with devon4Net

Option 1
  1. Create a new dotnet API project from scracht

  2. Add the nuget package reference to your project

  3. Type dotnet new --install Devon4Net.WebAPI.Template

26.1.3. .Net Core 2.1.x

The .Net Core 2.1.x template allows you to start developing an n-layer server application to provide the latest features. The template can be used in Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio 2017.

The application result can be deployed as a console application, microservice or web page.

To start developing with devon4Net template, please follow this instructions:

Using devon4Net template
  1. Open your favourite terminal (Win/Linux/iOS)

  2. Go to future project’s path

  3. Type dotnet new --install Devon4Net.WebAPI.Template::1.0.8

  4. Type dotnet new Devon4NetAPI

  5. Go to project’s path

  6. You are ready to start developing with devon4Net

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Last updated 2019-12-11 12:58:44 UTC