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Pipeline for ASP.NET core/Angular project

Hello,

I would like to set up a pipeline for a .Net Core with Angular project but I don't know how to do it.

I have tried some configurations without success and I would like somebody to shed some light on the matter.

What I need to do is to mimic what Visual Studio does for this project:

  • restore nuget
  • build the solution
  • build the angular front end with the prod flag
  • upload everything via FTP to the server

Can this be done?

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Hi Christian,

I would suggest you start by getting things working locally on a Bash CLI, to mirror what happens inside of Visual Studio. This'll be a faster feedback loop for learning how to configure everything.

I don't work with .NET Core, so I don't have any more specific guidance here, sorry.

Pipelines provides a bash environment. So once you get everything working in your local Bash CLI, you should be able to copy these commands into Pipelines and configure any necessary SSH keys to have everything working.

What configurations have you tried so far? What sort of error messages are you seeing at the moment?

Thanks,

Phil

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