The following articles describe how to setup Sitefinity CMS to work with a standalone ASP.NET Core application as renderer.
You first install Sitefinity NuGet packages in an ASP.NET Core application. This enables the application to render ASP.NET Core pages and to serve as a Sitefinity CMS proxy for all other types of pages, created with Sitefinity.
The following procedure describes how to setup Sitefinity CMS to work with the .NET Core Renderer application locally – when both applications are hosted locally. After you have run and tested this scenario and you can move to a cloud hosting or a mixed hosting configuration. For more information, see Hosting configurations.
There are two ways you can setup the .NET Core Renderer to work with your Sitefinity CMS application:
To setup the .NET Core application, use the following video:
To set up Sitefinity CMS to work with a .NET Core application, use the following video:
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