Join Nate Barbettini for an in-depth discussion in this video Publish your app with Visual Studio, part of Deploying ASP.NET Core Applications.
- [Instructor] Now that both the server…and the project are ready…let's look at how to deploy to IS using Visual Studio.…Deploying a ASP.NET core application…to IS using Visual Studio…looks very similar to deploying ASP.NET applications…in the past.…You can kick off the process by accessing the Publish wizard…by right clicking on the project…and choosing Publish,…and since I've never setup any Publish profile before…I'll be prompted to create a new one.…In this case, I need to click on Custom…and then enter a name like IS Deploy.…And there's a bunch of options available here…on the Connection screen.…
Here we can configure how we want to get the binaries…from the local machine to our sever.…If you have physical access to the server,…you can choose File System…and then enter a local or network path.…You can also use an FTP connection…or use Web Deploy…for a server that's configured for web deploy.…In this case,…I'll demonstrate publishing to a local file system path.…Earlier, I created a folder on the hard drive…called websites/HelloCoreWorld.…
- Setting up your ASP.NET project
- Setting up IIS
- Creating an IIS site and app pool
- Publishing your app with Visual Studio or the command line
- Deploying to Azure
- Deploying to Linux
- Deploying with Docker
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Get Started
2. Deploying to IIS
3. Deploying to Azure
Get started with Azure1m 4s
4. Deploying to Linux
5. Deploying with Docker
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