Publishing a .NET Core app is as easy as 1,2,3. Here’s how:
After you have created the console app, make sure you select Release from the Solution Configurations drop-down menu.
Now right-click on the project node inside Solution Explorer and choose Publish from the menu item. See image below:
Hit Publish, and you are set!
In order to run the app from command prompt, the quick and easy way to navigate to the location where the .dll is stored, you can do the following:
- Open Windows Explorer
- Navigate to the DLL file. It’ll be your project Name with a .DLL extension
- Point your cursor to the start of your drive (see image below) and type cmd followed by space and hit Enter. This neat shortcut will take you straight to the command prompt.
- In order to run your program, you need to type: dotnet xxx.dll where xxx is your file name
Useful Links (coming soon):
Publishing .NET Core app.
Creating an .EXE in a Console App
Consuming Console App’s DLL externally (using Batch program)
Sending Email blasts using SendGrid
Using Windows Task Scheduler
Happy Consoling 🙂