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Learning Angular for .NET Developers by Rajesh Gunasundaram

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Publishing with dotnet command-line interface

Let's see how we can publish using dotnet command-line interface. From Visual Studio, open up a command shell directly in the project folder of our application. If we look at the DOTNET command, we can see that it has a number of commands where you can build your projects and install dependencies, especially NuGet-based dependencies. You can handle packages and publish the application. The following is the command that shows the Windows result that shows various options and arguments in the command:

C:\Rajesh\Packt\Angular2>dotnet .NET Command Line Interface Usage: dotnet [common-options] [command] [arguments]

  • Arguments: [command]: The command to execute [arguments]: Arguments to pass to the ...

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