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Hi all, in an effort to keep myself amused during this lockdown ( UK in my case ) I've been playing with building a NET Core webapi service, this is I've done. I have it running as a daemon on a Linux box on my LAN with NGInx setup as a reverse proxy. All is working ok. Am I doing this the correct way ? ( I'm not all that clued up with web stuff ) I thought a Web server such as Apache could be used to host the service not just as a reverse proxy but to host it entirely. What I'm trying to say is, when I've written WCF services to be hosted in a Windows environment in the past, I hosted them in IIS ( using WAS ) which took care of starting and stopping the whole caboodle, is this possible with Net core api services ( on Linux in this case ) ? As I say I'm not that clued up on the web side of things.
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