Welcome to the Try .NET repo.
Try .NET provides developers and content authors with tools to create interactive experiences.
There are two different Try .NET interactive experiences:
- The web experience powered by Blazor (as seen on Microsoft docs)
- Interactive documentation with Markdown for .NET Core with the dotnet try global tool.
Online, powered by Blazor
Microsoft Docs uses Try .NET to create interactive documentation. Users can run and edit code all in the browser.
Please Note: At the moment, the Try .NET online (
trydotnet.js API) is currently only used internally at Microsoft as seen on docs and .NET page.
Interactive .NET Core documentation with the
dotnet try global tool
Try .NET enables .NET developers to create interactive markdown files. To make your markdown files interactive, you will need the .NET Core 3.0 SDK, the
dotnet try global tool and Visual Studio / VS Code (or any other editor of your choice).
Table of Contents
- Getting Started with Try .NET: Interactive documentation generator for .NET Core.
As we are still in the early stages of our development, we are unable to take any feature PRs at the moment, but we intend to do so in the future. If you find an issue or have a feature suggestion, please open an issue. And if you have any feature suggestions, please submit them using the "community suggestions" label.
Customers & Partners
Microsoft Docs uses Try .NET to create interactive documentation. Users can run and edit .NET code in the browser.