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dotnet-architecture/eShopOnContainers

Easy to get started sample reference microservice and container based application. Cross-platform on Linux and Windows Docker Containers, powered by .NET Core 2.0 and Docker engine. Supports Visual Studio 2017, VS for Mac and CLI based environments with Docker CLI, dotnet CLI, VS Code or any other code editor.

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dotnet-architecture/eShopOnWeb

Sample ASP.NET Core 2.0 reference application, powered by Microsoft, demonstrating a layered application architecture with monolithic deployment model. Download 130+ page eBook PDF from docs folder.

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dotnet-architecture/eShopOnUWP

Universal Windows Platform line of business application showcasing the latest Windows 10 capabilities such as Fluent Design System, Ink and Windows Hello.

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dotnet-architecture/HealthChecks

Health checks for building services, such as with ASP.NET Core

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dotnet-architecture/eShopModernizing

Modernizing existing .NET Framework, hypothetically legacy backoffice eShop web apps (traditional ASP.NET WebForms and MVC) with Windows Containers and Azure Cloud

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dotnet-architecture/eShopDashboardML

eShopDashboardML is a sample ASP.NET Core web app using ML.NET to predict sales forecasts

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dotnet-architecture/News

News on .NET Architecture Guidance, eShopOnContainers and all the reference apps in dotnet-architecture

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dotnet-architecture/docs

This repository contains .NET Documentation.

dotnet-architecture/eShopModernizingWCFWinForms

Sample project showing how to containerize an existing WCF Service and consume it from a WinForms app

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dotnet-architecture/Messaging

.NET Core Application blocks for message-based communication

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dotnet-architecture/eShopOnAzure

Azure version of the eShopOnContainers, with implementations based on Azure services.

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dotnet-architecture/RecommendationEngine

Recommendation Engine using Azure ML Studio to recommend related movies.

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