.NET Podcasts - Sample Application
You can browse a live running version of the .NET Podcasts app powered by ASP.NET Core and Blazor.
|Listen Together Hub|
Application Architecture Diagram
For this sample application, we build an app to listen all you favorite .NET podcasts for all the ecosystems: Web, Android, iOS, macOS and Windows. You can find the different apps separated by folders in this repo:
- Mobile & Desktop: Native .NET MAUI Application for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows
- Website: Blazor WebAssembly app and ASP.NET Core Razor Marketing website
- Backend API: ASP.NET Core Web APIs & Minimal APIs, injestion worker, and podcast update worker
- Blazor Hybrid App: Sample hybrid application of .NET MAUI with Blazor.
Full Deployment with GitHub Actions
dotnet-podcasts repo is configured to deploy all services and websites automatically to Azure using GitHub Actions. Follow the detailed guidelines to setup GitHub Actions on your fork.
Local Deployment Quickstart
The easiest way to get started is to build and run the .NET Podcasts app service, database, and storage using Docker.
- First install Docker Desktop
- Clone the repository and navigate to the root directory in a terminal
- Run the following docker command (this may take some time to pull images, build, and deploy locally)
This will deploy and start all services required to run the web, mobile, and desktop apps. The Web API will run on
localhost:5000 and the SignalR Hub for listen together will run on
Web, Mobile, & Desktop
Ensure that you have the following services running in Docker (podcast.api, listentogether.hub, podcast.updater.worker, podcast.db, storage):
Open the Services solution and pick a service to run locally such as the
Ensure that the following services are running in Docker, note that you only need the
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