Don’t Launch a Browser Running ASP.NET Core Back-end Created from Web Template Studio

Don’t Launch a Browser Running ASP.NET Core Back-end Created from Web Template Studio

In last week’s post, I mentioned off-hand that we could stop VSCode from launching a web browser when starting a debug session on the back-end of our application. This is going to be a quick post on…

In last week’s post, I mentioned off-hand that we could stop VSCode from launching a web browser when starting a debug session on the back-end of our application. This is going to be a quick post on how to stop that browser launch. The following are the previous Web Template Studio related posts if you want to catch up.

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Launch Configurations

If you recall from last week to run our back-end we used the debug tab in VSCode and then hit the Run button for the .NET Core Launch (web) configuration.

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The options that are available for running in VSCode are controlled by a launch.json file found in the .vscode directory. The following screenshot is the launch.json for the sample project from last week.

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