New React TypeScript SPA Templates and More
All the features and updates in this blog post are available in our latest version.
React TypeScript SPA Templates
This change also gives a performance boost to the process, resulting in a much faster time to create these types of projects. It also addresses the creation failure problem when you don’t have the necessary dependencies installed locally on your machine.
Visual Studio SPA Templates Moving Forward
The templates mentioned in this .NET 8 blog post, will be the recommended SPA templates for .NET 8 and Visual Studio 17.8 moving forward with these benefits:
- Stay up-to-date with the latest frontend framework versions you installed locally on your machine
- Clean project separation for the frontend and backend.
- npm dependency management UI.
- Compatible with Visual Studio Code debugging and launch configuration.
Guide on updating existing projects templated from the old single SPA templates to the new multiple projects setup using .esproj will be published later in a separate blog post.
We are currently improving the build and run, unit testing, authorization/authentication options and dependency management experience for projects created from these templates. Stay in tune for more updates coming along the way!
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