.Net Micro Web Frameworks

(Not to be confused with this  .NET Micro Framework Platform SDK )

Lightweight stuff.. so GOes well with Rob Pike’s theme (less is more, simplicity vs complexity etc.) at

http://www.stanford.edu/class/ee380/Abstracts/100428-pike-stanford.pdf

and

http://ee380.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/videologger.php?target=100428-ee380-300.asx

This  http://nancyfx.org/  (Nancy is one example of a .Net Micro Web Framework)

 

http://www.nicholascloud.com/2011/05/nancy-net-micro-web-frameworks-part-1/

https://github.com/NancyFx/Nancy/wiki/Introduction

Installing Nancy required latest NuGet Package Manager.

That required uninstalling the Nuget Package Manager extension.

 

Now open a new ASP.Net C# Empty Web project

And here we finally go in VS2010 Tools, Library Package Manager, Package Manager Console:

PM> install-package Nancy.Hosting.Aspnet
Attempting to resolve dependency ‘Nancy (= 0.12.0)’.
Successfully installed ‘Nancy 0.12.0’.
Successfully installed ‘Nancy.Hosting.Aspnet 0.12.0’.
Successfully added ‘Nancy 0.12.0’ to NancyApp1.
Successfully added ‘Nancy.Hosting.Aspnet 0.12.0’ to NancyApp1.

PM>

It will update the web.config with Nancy stuff; add a using Nancy statement to your CS file.

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One Response to .Net Micro Web Frameworks

  1. Ted says:

    http://yobriefca.se/blog/2011/05/23/micro-web-frameworks-101-nancy/
    Has explanation of reasons for using micro web frameworks.

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