In this episode of Kentico Rocks, Brian McKeiver walks through how to enable Hot Reloading of your .Net Core MVC site that is based on the fantastic Kentico Kontent MVC Boilerplate. The good news is that the Boilerplate and Hot Reloading concept are updated for .Net Core 3.0 and ready for primetime. A big shout out to Rick Strahl, as his .Net Core middleware package is what makes this all possible.
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Hot Reloading Your Kentico Kontent MVC Site
After reading Rick Strahl's blog post on how he created an ASP.NET Core MVC Live Reload Middleware Component, I was inspired to try it out. What better way to try it out, then to use the newly updated Kentico Kontent MVC boilerplate project. I was able to get it working within a few minutes and thought it might save others some time in their local development process, and the idea for this podcast episode was born.
In This Episode
Brian McKeiver chats about the following topics in Kentico Rocks podcast episode #26:
- What exactly is the Hot Reloading?
- Kentico Kontent has updated the .Net Core MVC boilerplate to support .Net Core 3.0
- How to enable Hot Reloading in the .Net Core MVC site
- A little bit about tooling in the .Net Core CLI
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You can listen to the episode here on this blog post, it is embedded below:
You can also listen to the previous episode of Kentico Rocks where I talk about a recap of Kentico Connection 2019 with my good friend and fellow Kentico MVP, Michael Kinkaid.