Announcing BaristaCore Availability on NuGet
I’m happy to share with you the availability of BaristaCore preview on NuGet.
Before I get into what is included with this release, the bits are available here: https://www.nuget.org/packages/BaristaCore/1.0.1-beta07
If you’ve been following along, Barista is a Functions-as-a-Service platform written in .net originally geared towards SharePoint development. BaristaCore is a grounds-up reimplementation of Barista that decouples SharePoint from the equation and leverages .Net Core as the foundation. That in itself has let Barista expand into being a cross-platform toolkit, but we didn’t stop there.
In the future, We’re looking at such as time-travel debugging, generating .d.ts definitions out of projected types, and improving BaristaFiddle to be a more-full-featured IDE using the Monaco Editor – the same editor that powers VS Code.
Right now, please feel free to explore the preview bits and submit issues as you find them. There are also a few wiki pages that guide incorporating BaristaCore into your own .Net core based application that you can find here: https://github.com/BaristaLabs/BaristaCore/wiki