C# .NET Core, Console App, DI, and Serilog - Getting Started
My day job involves a lot of .NET Core development and a whole lot of logging. As a result, I’ve become accustomed to having logs when I need them. When working on pet projects I usually don’t spend as much time on the “niceties” of life. Lately I’ve started doing it a little more and wanted to detail some findings.
Command line apps with CommandLineApplication
There’s a lot of resources out there on using Microsoft’s new CommandLineApplication.
- Essential .NET - Command-Line Processing with .NET Core 1.0
- Creating Neat .NET Core Command Line Apps
- Command line argument parsing in .NET Core with Microsoft.Extensions.CommandLineUtils
You could read through those if you want, they mostly say the same things.
“…it’s something I’ve wished for…”
“…really cool package…”
I always end up having to re-google these documents whenever I start a project because I have a hard time remembering
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