I am using the current highest version in this example, of course the version number is likely to change every day, the latest version of the SignalR is not compatible with the .NET Core SDK 2.0 Preview 1 by default when creating the project Microsoft.AspNetCore.All this package Version, here also modify the revised version number: Microsoft.AspNetCore.All 1.0.0-alpha-final.
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Extending .NET CLI with custom tools - dotnet init initializes your NuGet package
September 27, 2017
A few weeks back, .NET Core 1.1 was released (and a boatload of related tools such as Visual Studio 2017. For .NET Core projects, a big breaking change was introduced: the project format is no longer project.json but good old .csproj. That’s a little bit of a lie: the .csproj is actually an entirely new, simplified format that combines the best of the old .csproj and project.json and works with .NET Standard and .NET Core.