Assembling dotNet Core, ASP.Net Core development environment

This post describes the steps required by an early adopter to set up VS Community 2015 to work with .Net Core, ASP.Net Core the ugly, bad and good configuration. First published 16 Aug 2016.

The steps are:

  • Part 1: Install VSC2015 to release 3.3 and install .NET Core and ASP.Net Core;
  • Part 2 verify VSC2015 setup and confirm dotnet version.

Computing environment is a VM hosting with Windows 10 in which Visual Studio Community 2015 is updated and .Net Core, ASP.Net Core are each installed.

Note:

 

NameChanges

Part1: Install VS Community 2015

After VSC2015 install, these notifications:

notifications

.Net Core and Asp.Net Core require Item 3

ASP.Net Package

See More Information for details

Install update

InstallUpdate.png

Click Run

SetupFailed.png

See log file: At C:\Windows\System32

name: dd_DotNetCoreTools__20160811105710

type: .txt

Inspected log

SetupLog.png

DotnetCore update at:

Downloads

Check out the reviews on the download page for that download reviews:

https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/c94a02e9-f2e9-4bad-a952-a63a967e3935?SRC=VSIDE

WebToolsDownload4.png

Issuefix.png

Thread mining https://github.com/aspnet/tooling/issues

WebToolsDownload3

Which means:

InstallRqmt

“The more the merrier”

MoreTheMerrier

Run

DotNetCore.1.0.0-VS2015Tools.Preview2.exe SKIP_VSU_CHECK=1

RunInstall

Shortly

SetupBlocked

Part 2: Verify VSC2015 setup and confirm dotnet version.

Yep. VSC2015 still running in VM

Closed VSC

OK to Setup Blocked

SetupStarts

It took awhile from here:

SetupCompletes

And what is visible:

VSInstalls

Checking out msft for confirmation of latest versions

Find .net Core SDK

https://www.microsoft.com/net/core#windows

See note: (which I didn’t first time through)

Note

Checkout link to issues:

IssueNote

🙂

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