Deploying .NET Apps
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This topic lists resources for .NET app developers.
For general information about app deployment, see Pushing an App.
.NET Core Buildpack describes how to push .NET Core apps to Linux Diego Cells on Pivotal Platform using the .NET Core buildpack. For supported ASP.NET Core versions, see the .NET Core buildpack release notes in GitHub.
HWC Buildpack describes how to push .NET Framework apps to Pivotal Application Service for Windows using the HWC buildpack. It also describes what features of IIS (Internet Information Services) and HWC (Hostable Web Core) are supported, and how to configure your .NET Framework apps to run on PASW.
Console Applications in the .NET Cookbook provides information about pushing compiled .NET Framework Console apps to PASW using the binary buildpack.
Binary Buildpack describes how to push compiled .NET Core apps to Windows Diego Cells on PASW using the binary buildpack.
.NET Core Buildpack describes how to push .NET Core apps to Linux Diego Cells on PAS using the .NET Core buildpack. For supported ASP.NET Core versions, see the .NET Core buildpack release notes in the .NET Core buildpack repository on GitHub.
Tips for .NET Framework Developers describes common errors and challenges faced when pushing .NET Framework apps to PASW.
The .Net Cookbook provides code samples, guidelines, tips, and other recipes for making changes to both new and existing .NET Framework and .NET Core apps to run successfully on PASW.