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Launch .Net Core with VSCode for starters

To use VSCode for .net core you would need Omnisharp extension so that we can debug our application just like as in Visual Studio. -- Photo by  SpaceX  on  Unsplash Using the dotnet new command we create a web and an API project dotnet new webapp appname.web dotnet new webapi appname.api Create a solution so that it wraps all the projects in one place dotnet new sln appname dotnet sln add appname.web appname.api After building the Web and the API projects we need to create the launch.json which VScode refers to build and debug the application. For a complete reference on doing these projects consider this great resource . You can always use VSCode terminal to run these above commands as well, also note you can open multiple terminals the same VSCode instance like this . Setup the launch.json by clicking on add configuration and select .Net core web app. we will need to add two such configurations one for web and another for web api. For web api yo

How to Run two .net core apps with debugging On using Visual Studio Code ?

When developing a web application we separate our application with *.web being initial server-side application and  *.api application which will help us fetch/update data for client-side operations and avoid page reloads. Photo by  Vincent van Zalinge  on  Unsplash Here is .NET Core application I was working on which had a similar kind of ask, and I wanted to use VSCode to debug my application. This is how we do it, first, we need to create a solution so that we keep both the API and Web project in one place dotnet new sln -n appname dotnet sln add src/appname/appname.web.csproj dotnet sln add src/appname/apname.api.csproj Open "launch.json" and Click on add configuration and add then select .NET Core Launch (web)  No go ahead and rename to web or web-api, also add a development URL with a different than web configs the "env" property "env": { "ASPNETCORE_ENVIRONMENT": "Development", "ASPNETCORE_URLS":