Portability

Since Net 5 Framework was added as supported on our conversion tool, your converted solution can be compiled and executed on others platform. First, we want to mention, if your solution was converted using a "Double Jump" (applications that comes from VBUC or VBNet), this feature isn't totally supported, if you want to execute your application, please contact us for futher information.

Execute your application on Linux

Requisites

  • Node js 14.x, you can find a guide according your Linux OS Here.

  • DotNet SDK version 5.0, you can find a guide to install it according your Linux OS Here.

  • DotNet runtime support with AspNet, version 5.0, you can find a guide to install it according your Linux OS Here.

Compile and Run

  1. Compile your angular site:

    a. Open a terminal

    b. Go to the angular's folder location.

    c. Execute npm set registry https://www.myget.org/F/mobilizenet/npm/

    d. Execute npm install

    e. Execute npm run build

  2. Go to your main project and Execute dotnet run --project .csproj

Execute your application on MAC OS

  • Node js 14.x, you can find a guide according your MAC OS Here.

  • DotNet SDK version 5.0, you can find a guide to install it according your MAC OS Here.

  • DotNet runtime support with AspNet, version 5.0, you can find a guide to install it according your MAC OS Here.

Compile and Run

  1. Compile your angular site:

    a. Open a terminal

    b. Go to the angular's folder location.

    c. Execute npm set registry https://www.myget.org/F/mobilizenet/npm/

    d. Execute npm install

    e. Execute npm run build

  2. Go to your main project and Execute dotnet run --project .csproj

Note: To ensure your installed version of DotNet SDK and runtime support, you can execute the following commands: dotnet --list-runtimes and dotnet --list-sdks .The result of those command should be dotnet runtime, sdk and AspNet listed with version 5.