Task[in] is a project to show how we can develop applications (mainly in Microsoft .NET using C#). Task[in] include, samples, startup guides, best practices and others recomendations. All of them from my point of view and according to my professional experience. It's a step by step, about how we can develop real applications and not just thinkin…
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Taskin

Develop Master
Develop Master

Task[In] is a simple applilcation to manage projects and task and also use Pomodoro Technic work on them. ¡Just that you need to be a little more productive!.

Task[in] is a project to show how we can develop applications (mainly in Microsoft .NET using C#). Task[in] include, samples, startup guides, best practices and others recomendations. All of them from my point of view and according to my professional experience. It's a step by step, about how we can develop real applications and not just thinking in samples or PoCs.

Task[in] Book, is a spanish book I started to write to include all of these practices and geeks adventures in order to guide or to do all develops things easier. Here we have a question, Why in each our project we start again and again? I think Windows Template Studio (WindowsTemplateStudio) and (Template10) are good example of this for UWP.

Targets:

  • RESTfull Api
  • Project Templates and reuse them in more projecrts
  • Azure App Services
  • SQL Azure
  • Azure Storage Account
  • Azure Mobile Services
  • UWP
  • MVVM
  • And much more ...

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Github pages: http://juanluelguerre.github.io/Taskin/

License: MIT

Running the Project

Create Database from Code First

dotnet ef migrations add InitialMigration

dotnet ef database update 

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