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    Create ASP.NET Core 3.1 app in VB.NET today

    Hi all.
    We can say that VB.Net finally made it to ASP.NET Core.
    I published eShopOnWeb_VB.NET which is the VB.NET version of the Microsoft full web sample eShopOnWeb
    I used Vazor and ZML to design MVC views and Razor Pages, because ASP.NET Core as you know doesn't provide a razor syntax that supports VB.NET (no vbhtml).
    I hope VB.NET developers find it helpful, and start creating their web applications targeting ASP.NET Core 3.1 using VB.NET and Vazor.

    To start using it now:
    1. Install Vazor project and item templates to setup Vazor templates:
    a- A Vazor project template for ASP.NET MVC Core 3.1 .
    b- A Vazor project template for ASP.NET Web Pages Core 3.1 .
    c- A VazorView item template to add a new vazor view (.vazor and .vbxml.vb files) to MVC projects.
    d- A VazorPage item template to add a new vazor page (.cshtml, .cshtml.vb, and .vbxml.vb files) to Razor Pages projects.

    2. Install VSIX installer to add Html5 Auto-Completion in XML Literals to your VS as an extension.
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    3. Use the instructions in the ReadMe file to learn the rules of Vazor.

    4. Use eShopOnWeb.VB as a guide app

    5. Have fun

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    Re: Create ASP.NET Core 3.1 app in VB.NET today

    I hope you find this useful

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    Re: Create ASP.NET Core 3.1 app in VB.NET today

    As this is a code you propose to share, I asked the moderators to put this thread in the codebank area
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