Creating Syncfusion ASP.NET Core application
25 Mar 20223 minutes to read
The Syncfusion Sample Creator is a tool that lets you make Syncfusion ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) projects with sample code for required Syncfusion component features and Syncfusion control configuration.
The Syncfusion ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) Sample Creator utility is available from v126.96.36.199.
The following steps is used to create the Syncfusion ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) Application by using the Sample Creator utility:
Follow one of the options below to launch the ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) Sample Creator application:
Click Syncfusion Menu and choose Essential Studio for ASP.NET Core (EJ2) > Launch Sample Creator… in Visual Studio.
Launch the Syncfusion ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) Control Panel and click the Sample Creator button to launch the ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) Sample Creator utility. For further information, see the screenshot below.
Syncfusion controls and features are listed in the ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) Sample Creator.
Controls Selection: Choose the required controls. The controls are grouped with Syncfusion products.
Feature Selection: Based on the controls, the feature is enabled to choose the features of the corresponding controls.
You can configure the project with following details.
VS Version: Choose the Visual Studio version and Framework.
Project Type: Select the type of ASP.NET Core Project.
ASP.NET Core Version: Select the version of ASP.NET Core Project.
.NET 6.0 is available from v188.8.131.52 and support from Visual Studio 2022.
Assets From: Choose the Syncfusion Essential JS 2 assets to ASP.NET Core Project, either NPM, CDN, or Installed Location.
Name: Name your Syncfusion ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) Application.
Location: Choose the target location of your project.
Theme Selection: Choose the required theme. This section shows the controls preview before creating the Syncfusion project.
Click Create button. After creating the project, open the project by clicking Yes. If you click No, the corresponding location of the project will be opened. Refer to the following screenshot for more information.
The new Syncfusion ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) project is created with the resources.
- Added the required Controllers and View files in the project.
- Included the required Syncfusion ASP.NET Core (Essential JS 2) scripts and theme files.
- Restored the required Syncfusion NuGet packages for selected controls under dependencies.