Do I really run a containerized ASP.NET Core with dotnet run in production?

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  • AspNetCore.Docs

    Documentation for ASP.NET Core

    As of Core 2.0, Kestrel is an edge server, you can point it straight at the internet if you want to.

  • slskd

    A modern client-server application for the Soulseek file sharing network.

    If you want the smallest possible container image without the .NET runtime installed, you can use a multi-stage Docker build to produce a self-contained executable, then use the runtime-deps base image for the runtime. Here's an example.

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