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    Adding Travis CI builds to a .NET Core app

    In this post I describe how to build and test your ASP.NET Core or .NET Core app in a linux and Mac environment using Travis CI continuous integration.…

     in  ASP.NET Core DevOps
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    Publishing your first .NET Core NuGet package with AppVeyor and MyGet

    In this post I'm going to describe the process for beginners to go from 'Code in GitHub' to 'Package on NuGet'…

     in  ASP.NET Core DevOps
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    Introduction to integration testing with xUnit and TestServer in ASP.NET Core

    In this post I'm going to demonstrate how to create some simple functional/integration tests using xUnit and TestServer for testing ASP.NET Core applications.…

     in  ASP.NET Core Testing
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    Use project.lock.json to troubleshoot dotnet restore problems

    This is a quick post about how to troubleshoot problems using dotnet restore, where it is fails to restore packages due to an error in your project.json…

     in  ASP.NET Core RC2
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    A deep dive into the ASP.NET Core CORS library

    In this post I'm going to dive in to the code of the MVC Cors library, looking at some of the patterns the ASP.NET Core team have used in their infrastructure.…

     in  ASP.NET Core CORS Source Code Dive
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    How to use the IOptions pattern for configuration in ASP.NET Core RC2

    In this post I demonstrate the power of the IOptions<> pattern for configuration in ASP.NET Core, and describe a few of the problems you may run in to…

     in  ASP.NET Core Configuration
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