A professional ASP.NET MVC template for building secure, fast, robust and adaptable web applications or sites. It provides the minimum amount of code required on top of the default MVC template provided by Microsoft. Find out more at RehanSaeed.com, the Visual Studio Gallery or at The Open Web Security Project (OWASP). You can also follow me on Twitter at @RehanSaeedUK.

Code Quality Rank: L5
Programming language: C#
License: MIT License
Latest version: v5.0.0

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Item Templates

  • .editorconfig - A very generic .editorconfig file supporting .NET, C#, VB and web technologies.
  • .gitattributes - A .gitattributes file supporting normalized line endings and Git Large File System (LFS).

How can I install it?

  1. Install the latest .NET Core SDK.
  2. Run dotnet new --install Boxed.Templates to install the project templates.

How can I use it?

Using Visual Studio:
  1. Select .NET Boxed from the project type drop down.
  2. Select the .NET Boxed template you want to install and follow the instructions. Visual Studio New Project Dialogue
Using the CLI:
  1. Choose a project template i.e. api, graphql, nuget, orleans.
  2. Run dotnet new api --help to see how to select the feature of the project.
  3. Run dotnet new api --name "MyProject" along with any other custom options to create a project from the template.

Release Notes and To-Do List

You can find release notes for each version here and a To-Do list of new features and enhancements coming soon in the projects tab.

Continuous Integration

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Contributions and Thanks

Please view the [Contributing](/.github/CONTRIBUTING.md) guide for more information.