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Getting Started with .NET Core on Mac and Linux

Mac and Linux developers have a compelling option in .NET Core. This course will teach you how to create, package, and deploy .NET Core applications for macOS and Linux, and also how to create a .NET Core service, or daemon, for those platforms.
Course info
Rating
(89)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Mar 6, 2017
Duration
2h 17m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Getting to Know .NET Core
Creating and Understanding a .NET Core Application
Increasing Reuse and Flexibility with Libraries and Services
Going Beyond the Console
Description
Course info
Rating
(89)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Mar 6, 2017
Duration
2h 17m
Description

Mac and Linux developers can now create applications with .NET Core. But is it a compelling option? In this course, Getting Started with .NET Core on Mac and Linux, you'll learn exactly what .NET Core offers on those platforms. First, not only will you see how to use the .NET Core command line interface and the cross platform editor Visual Studio Code to create .NET Core applications for macOS and Linux, you'll also learn how to package and deploy those applications in a user-friendly way. Next, you'll see how to create a .NET Core service, or daemon—leveraging a .NET Core class library in the process. Then, you'll learn how to manage such a .NET Core service using the init systems provided by each operating system. Finally, you'll learn how to use .NET Core's interop to make native system calls. When you're finished with this course, you'll have a solid understanding of the .NET ecosystem available to Mac and Linux developers, and the skills to begin using .NET Core right away on those operating systems for your own projects.

About the author
About the author

After Nate discovered he had a knack for writing code at 15 years of age, he found his first job soon thereafter by calling every technology related company in his hometown in Virginia. This led to a rewarding career in tech spanning many industries (and many places—he now lives in California, but also loves spending time in Argentina, where he met his wife). Although he’s done quite a bit with desktop and mobile applications, Nate enjoys working across the entire stack, including all aspects of the back-end.