Pioneer Tree is an Angular 4 and up tree component the aims to stay out of your way. Giving you the freedom and tools necessary to produce dynamic tree components in markup that is defined by you.
Unlike its predecessor ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core is not "hosted" inside of IIS. Instead, ASP.NET Core runs as a standalone process backed by Kestrel. In this post, I will show how to setup IIS to proxy public facing requests to your ASP.NET Core application.
In this post, I will dive a bit deeper into how to build your front-end assets for both ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core projects using TeamCity and how to appropriately pack those assets and publish them to Octopus Deploy, making them ready for your deployment.
In the last post of this series, we automated configuration of our builds and their deployments. In this post, we will talk about implementing front-end builds, databases and testing into our continuous integration pipeline, and publish build statuses to GitHub.