How to Deploy ASP.NET Core to IIS & How ASP.NET Core Hosting Works

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Previously, I discussed the differences between Kestrel vs IIS. In this article, we will review how to deploy an ASP.NET Core application to IIS. Deploying an ASP.NET Core app to IIS isn’t complicated, but ASP.NET Core hosting is a little different than ASP.NET. How to Configure Your ASP.NET Core App For IIS The first thing you will notice when creating …

How to Deploy ASP.NET Core Web App to Azure & How to Use Retrace With ASP.NET Core

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ASP.NET Core is the latest version of ASP.NET. It is built from the ground up using .NET Core, the lightweight, composable new .NET Framework. Some people love it, some don’t. However, this is the future. Microsoft will move forward with .NET Core and in the future, the regular, full-fledged versions will go away. I like ASP.NET core a lot. It …

ASP.NET Core Web Servers: Kestrel vs IIS Feature Comparison and Why You Need Both

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The Kestrel web server is a new web server as part of ASP.NET Core. It is now the preferred web server for all new ASP.NET applications. In this article, we will review what it is, how to use it, and the differences between Kestrel vs IIS. Why Do We Need the New Kestrel Web Server? What about IIS? If you have …

How to Create .NET Core Windows Services with Visual Studio 2017

How to Create .NET Core Windows Services with Visual Studio 2017

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Mobile and web applications might be all the rage these days, but a lot of the real work still gets done via background services and scheduled tasks. At Stackify, we use a lot of background .NET services for processing all of the data that our systems ingest. One of the common problems with .NET Core when it first came out was …

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IIS Logs, Error Logs and More – 6 Ways to Find Failed ASP.NET Requests

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Your web application is throwing some sort of error or invalid response. Do you know how to troubleshoot IIS or ASP.NET errors on your servers? Luckily, Windows and ASP.NET provide several different logs where failed requests are logged beyond simple IIS logs. Get to Know the 4 Different IIS Logs You are probably familiar with normal IIS logs, but there …

When a .NET Core Azure App Service won’t start: 502.5 Process Failure

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In the process of testing Retrace with .NET Core I decided to use the example MusicStore app as a test application. Pulling down the source from GitHub and deploying it to Azure App Services is easy right? Correct, and totally wrong both as it turns out. After hours of headaches… I figured I needed to share how I finally solved my …

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15 Lessons Learned while Converting from ASP.NET to .NET Core

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At Stackify we have been doing a lot of work with .NET Core over the last few months. We ported StackifyLib and our logging appenders over. We have also made sure that our app performance tools, Prefix and Retrace, can be used to profile .NET Core based apps. In fact, we’ve even converted the entire codebase of Prefix to core so …