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Compatibility of Breeze.Server.WebApi2 with ASP VNEXT (ASP.NET 5)

Since ASP.NET 5 is almost feature ready would be nice to have a version of Breeze working with ASP.NET 5 (aka VNext).

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      • Steve Schmitt commented  · 

        One problem is that breeze.server.net uses OData to turn URLs into EF queries, and ASP.NET Core does not support OData. So querying will have to be different.

      • ar.s commented  · 

        are there any problem?
        long time no see, something's not right

      • Khuzema commented  · 

        Any updates on this? Thanks

      • perh commented  · 

        Now it's 2017 and we like running ef and our complete backend on Linux. Would be Nice to include breeze in the mix

      • ar.s commented  · 

        not yet?

      • dunder commented  · 

        I've recently added a PR on the breeze server github source that will allow the use of the new Entity Framework Core V1 on a WebApi 2.2 project. Are you considering adding a server module that will allow the use of breeze on ASP.NET core projects? I thought I might give it a go but didn't want to spend time on it if this was something that was already being worked on.

        To any others who may find some use for the PR I posted, I would appreciate any feedback.

      • Peter Andersson commented  · 

        Any news on this asp.net core is released as RTM and so is Entity Framework Core if i remember right..

      • Philipp commented  · 

        is there hope that the metadata will be provided from the server as well in asp.net 5?
        it's soooo handy :)

      • Ward Bell commented  · 

        On our radar. Note that EF7 is barely RC1 and we know that RC2 has significant changes. We're treating RC1 as a beta and holding our fire until things solidify (especially in EF7).

      • Daniel commented  · 

        any news on this?

      • Coby White commented  · 

        And while I know EF 7 is a moving target still it would be great if Breeze was compatible with that to allow for .net Core only apps.

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