.NET Core SPA + Docker : Simpler

Just kind of replacing my last post to make the getting started even simpler. After playing a little bit more with Docker, I've realized there's no need to use compose, build, YAML or any of these fancy stuff for such a simple implementation. With 10 commands, you'll have your brand new spa, docker image, and container up-and-running. Let's have a look... The commands below assume you have the pre-requisites listed in the previous post and VS Code installed Open your console and start typing md SpaDocker cd SpaDocker dotnet new angular dotnet restore dotnet publish -c Release -o ./build touch »

.NET Core SPA + Docker

Playing with Docker has been on my bucket list for while and I've finally put aside some time to get started. So this was the easiest way I've found to start a brand new SPA using .NET Core and dockerize it. I'm not going to do any introduction to Docker itself, if you want to know more about it, check this video or go to their website. Pre-requisites DotNet Cli SPA Templates Install Docker for Windows Creating SPA Open the console (I use Cmder) and navigate to a folder you want to create your application. In the commands below, I »

Setting Up My New Blog

After I decided starting this new journey, I started looking at a few blog engines, I wanted the simplest one, easy to setup and use. I've used Blogger and WordPress in the past and I really didn't want to go down that path again. Out of the blue a tweet come out from @damovisa saying "Moving my blog to @TryGhost". I did some research and decide to go ahead with it and so far my experience has been amazing. Here's what I've done to set it all up. Creating Blog I went to ghost.org and created a new blog, »

Welcome Post As Any Other

I'm starting a new journey of my life. One I should have started a long time ago, but I guess it's never too late. My plan is to be more involved, talk more, share more, learn as much as I can. I'm a tech guy, working from the shadows for over 15 years, doing a good job but not really taking the time to show it. I'm not very opinionated, and that might be my problem. That might change or not. My goals for the next 12 months: get more involved on stackoverflow write at least one blog post a »