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Publishing an ASP.NET Core website to a Linux VM host

STEP 0 - GET A HOST (Google cloud, Azure, EurabiaHOSTING, ...)

STEP 1 - GET .NET CORE ON YOUR LINUX MACHINE

STEP 3 - EXPOSE YOUR WEB APP TO THE OUTSIDE.

STEP 4 - SETUP A REVERSE PROXY LIKE NGINX OR Apache

Read the full article from SCOTT HANSELMAN blog

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