Do you wish you could give your readers a more hands-on experience with .NET as they peruse your documentation on the web? With Try .NET, an embeddable code runner from Microsoft, you can. Using this tool, you can bring the concepts in your articles to life by allowing your readers to try out .NET code in the browser. In this session, learn how to get up and running with Try .NET. You'll get your first look at this powerful tool, see how to add sample code and create Markdown to create interactive code examples for .NET documentation.
You will learn:
- How to configure .NET Core for Try.NET project
- How to build code examples
- How to embed the code examples in the Markdown documents