How to debug ASP.NET Core in Kubernetes from Visual Studio 2019? Prepare Visual Studio. copies launch. json into bin directory. replaces environment variables in launch. json. replaces relative paths with absolute ones in launch. json. starts remote debugging.
Since the original post got outdated here’s the new one for VS2019
For this tutorial we will need:
This is assuming you already have a kubernetes cluster, a docker image build pipeline and a way to publish dotnet app to that cluster.
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