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 ====== Creating an ASP.NET Core App ====== ====== Creating an ASP.NET Core App ======
  
-You can install project templates for Visual Studio 2022, Visual Studio 2019 and the .NET SDK'`dotnet newtool by following the instructions on [[https://www.nuget.org/packages/IntelligentPlant.IndustrialAppStore.Templates|NuGet.org]]. You can also visit the GitHub page for the template pack [[https://github.com/intelligentplant/IndustrialAppStore.ClientTools.DotNet|here]] to view the documentation.+You can install project templates for Visual Studio 2022, Visual Studio 2019 and the .NET SDK'''dotnet new'' tool by following the instructions on [[https://www.nuget.org/packages/IntelligentPlant.IndustrialAppStore.Templates|NuGet.org]]. You can also visit the GitHub page for the template pack [[https://github.com/intelligentplant/IndustrialAppStore.ClientTools.DotNet|here]] to view the documentation.
  
 Once installed, you can create an app in Visual Studio by selecting "Industrial App Store" from the "Project Type" filter in the new project window: Once installed, you can create an app in Visual Studio by selecting "Industrial App Store" from the "Project Type" filter in the new project window:
  
 +{{:dev:vs_new_project_window.png?400|}}
  
 You can also create an app from the command line using the .NET SDK: You can also create an app from the command line using the .NET SDK:
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