Hi, as you may notice, the version .NET Core 1.1 changed some significant things like the new command of CLI options, the project settings now is made through a XML format instead of JSON and the back of the CSPROJ extension.
If you are new using .NET Core, maybe your question is: where to start ?
The first step is download the SDK (Software Developer Kit) for development. Also you can download only the runtime used to run the application in a computer that does not have the SDK installed. If your application is self-contained (does not depends of .NET Core installed on machine) the runtime is not necessary.
The SDK and runtime can be download at:
You can use a lot of tools to start developing a .NET Core application. In the following posts, I show how to create and publish an ASP.NET application using CLI (Command Line Interface) and VSCode.
- Creating an ASP.NET Core using the .NET CLI
- How to publish an ASP.NET Core using .NET CLI
- How to publish a self-contained application
- How to publish using Visual Studio Web Deploy
- How to create a build definition to deploy an ASP.NET application