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Dotnet core Cheat Sheet
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Dotnet Core Cheat Sheet
This cheat sheet is courtesy Ben Day
Ben Day
August 22, 2017
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This cheat sheet is courtesy Ben Day and is available here. This Markdown file is just for easy reference for programmers.

What follows are the excerpts from Ben's blog.

The nice thing about the items on this 'cheat sheet' is that they work on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Note 2/13/2017: Want an example script? Check this out.

Create a new Solution (*.sln)

cd {directory where you want to create the *.sln file}
dotnet new sln

Create a new Class Library (*.csproj)

cd {directory where you want to create the *.csproj file}
dotnet new classlib

Create a new Class Library (*.csproj) targeting .NET Core

cd {directory where you want to create the *.csproj file}
dotnet new classlib -f netcoreapp2.1

Create a new ASP.NET MVC project

cd {directory where you want to create the *.csproj file}
dotnet new mvc

Create a new ASP.NET MVC project targeting .NET Core

cd {directory where you want to create the *.csproj file}
dotnet new mvc -f netcoreapp2.1

Create a new MSTest unit test project targeting .NET Core

cd {directory where you want to create the *.csproj file}
dotnet new mstest -f netcoreapp2.1

Add a project (*.csproj) to a Solution (*.sln)

cd {directory that contains the *.sln file}
dotnet sln MySolutionFile.sln add .\src\MySolution.WebUi\MySolution.WebUi.csproj

Add a reference from one Project to another

cd {directory that contains the source/from *.csproj file}
dotnet add reference ..\MySolution.Api\MySolution.Api.csproj

Restore NuGet dependencies so that you can be ready to do a build

cd {directory that contains the *.sln file or *.csproj file}
dotnet restore

Use dotnet to do a build

cd {directory that contains the *.sln file or *.csproj file}
dotnet build
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@zenVentzi zenVentzi commented Jul 24, 2019

Useful, thanks!

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