Friday, April 10, 2015

K's in vNext

MVC6 is know as vNext. The goal is to create a lean and composable .NET stack for building modern cloud-based apps.

 vNext name bind up with 3 K components. 

So we will have a quick overview about K-world components 

ASP.NET vNext comes with a new runtime environment called KRE. Besides KRE that runs ASP.NET vNext applications there are also tools for managing KRE versions and NuGet packages that application uses. 

K has three components:

This is a Powershell script used to get the runtime and manage multiple versions of it being on the machine at the same time.

KRE – K Runtime Environment is the code required to bootstrap and run an ASP.NET vNext application. This includes things like the compilation system, SDK tools, and the native CLR hosts.

KVM – K Version Manager is for updating and installing different versions of KRE. KVM is also used to set default KRE version.

KPM – K Package Manager manages packages needed by applications to run. Packages in this context are NuGet package

Install KVM for the first time you have to do the following steps:
  • Open a command prompt with Run as administrator.
  • Run the following command:
    • @powershell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy unrestricted -Command "iex ((new-object net.webclient).DownloadString(''))
  • The script installs KVM for the current user.
  • Exit the command prompt window and start another as an administrator (you need to start a new command prompt to get the updated path environment).
  • Upgrade KVM with the following command:
    • KVM upgrade


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