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Name

dotnet new - Creates a new project, configuration file, or solution based on the specified template.

Synopsis

Description

The dotnet new command creates a .NET project or other artifacts based on a template.

The command calls the template engine to create the artifacts on disk based on the specified template and options.

Implicit restore

You don't have to run dotnet restore because it's run implicitly by all commands that require a restore to occur, such as dotnet new, dotnet build, dotnet run, dotnet test, dotnet publish, and dotnet pack. To disable implicit restore, use the --no-restore option.

The dotnet restore command is still useful in certain scenarios where explicitly restoring makes sense, such as continuous integration builds in Azure DevOps Services or in build systems that need to explicitly control when the restore occurs.

For information about how to manage NuGet feeds, see the dotnet restore documentation.

Arguments

  • TEMPLATE

    The template to instantiate when the command is invoked. Each template might have specific options you can pass. For more information, see Template options.

    You can run dotnet new --list or dotnet new -l to see a list of all installed templates. If the TEMPLATE value isn't an exact match on text in the Templates or Short Name column from the returned table, a substring match is performed on those two columns.

    Starting with .NET Core 3.0 SDK, the CLI searches for templates in NuGet.org when you invoke the dotnet new command in the following conditions:

    • If the CLI can't find a template match when invoking dotnet new, not even partial.
    • If there's a newer version of the template available. In this case, the project or artifact is created but the CLI warns you about an updated version of the template.

    The following table shows the templates that come pre-installed with the .NET SDK. The default language for the template is shown inside the brackets. Click on the short name link to see the specific template options.

TemplatesShort nameLanguageTagsIntroduced
Console Applicationconsole[C#], F#, VBCommon/Console1.0
Class libraryclasslib[C#], F#, VBCommon/Library1.0
WPF Applicationwpf[C#], VBCommon/WPF3.0 (5.0 for VB)
WPF Class librarywpflib[C#], VBCommon/WPF3.0 (5.0 for VB)
WPF Custom Control Librarywpfcustomcontrollib[C#], VBCommon/WPF3.0 (5.0 for VB)
WPF User Control Librarywpfusercontrollib[C#], VBCommon/WPF3.0 (5.0 for VB)
Windows Forms (WinForms) Applicationwinforms[C#], VBCommon/WinForms3.0 (5.0 for VB)
Windows Forms (WinForms) Class librarywinformslib[C#], VBCommon/WinForms3.0 (5.0 for VB)
Worker Serviceworker[C#]Common/Worker/Web3.0
Unit Test Projectmstest[C#], F#, VBTest/MSTest1.0
NUnit 3 Test Projectnunit[C#], F#, VBTest/NUnit2.1.400
NUnit 3 Test Itemnunit-test[C#], F#, VBTest/NUnit2.2
xUnit Test Projectxunit[C#], F#, VBTest/xUnit1.0
Razor Componentrazorcomponent[C#]Web/ASP.NET3.0
Razor Pagepage[C#]Web/ASP.NET2.0
MVC ViewImportsviewimports[C#]Web/ASP.NET2.0
MVC ViewStartviewstart[C#]Web/ASP.NET2.0
Blazor Server Appblazorserver[C#]Web/Blazor3.0
Blazor WebAssembly Appblazorwasm[C#]Web/Blazor/WebAssembly3.1.300
ASP.NET Core Emptyweb[C#], F#Web/Empty1.0
ASP.NET Core Web App (Model-View-Controller)mvc[C#], F#Web/MVC1.0
ASP.NET Core Web Appwebapp, razor[C#]Web/MVC/Razor Pages2.2, 2.0
ASP.NET Core with Angularangular[C#]Web/MVC/SPA2.0
ASP.NET Core with React.jsreact[C#]Web/MVC/SPA2.0
ASP.NET Core with React.js and Reduxreactredux[C#]Web/MVC/SPA2.0
Razor Class Libraryrazorclasslib[C#]Web/Razor/Library/Razor Class Library2.1
ASP.NET Core Web APIwebapi[C#], F#Web/WebAPI1.0
ASP.NET Core gRPC Servicegrpc[C#]Web/gRPC3.0
dotnet gitignore filegitignoreConfig3.0
global.json fileglobaljsonConfig2.0
NuGet ConfignugetconfigConfig1.0
Dotnet local tool manifest filetool-manifestConfig3.0
Web ConfigwebconfigConfig1.0
Solution FileslnSolution1.0
Protocol Buffer FileprotoWeb/gRPC3.0

Options

  • --dry-run

    Displays a summary of what would happen if the given command were run if it would result in a template creation. Available since .NET Core 2.2 SDK.

  • --force

    Forces content to be generated even if it would change existing files. This is required when the template chosen would override existing files in the output directory.

  • -h --help

    Prints out help for the command. It can be invoked for the dotnet new command itself or for any template. For example, dotnet new mvc --help.

  • -i --install <PATH NUGET_ID>

    Installs a template pack from the PATH or NUGET_ID provided. If you want to install a prerelease version of a template package, you need to specify the version in the format of <package-name>::<package-version>. By default, dotnet new passes * for the version, which represents the latest stable package version. See an example in the Examples section.

    If a version of the template was already installed when you run this command, the template will be updated to the specified version, or to the latest stable version if no version was specified.

    For information on creating custom templates, see Custom templates for dotnet new.

  • -l --list

    Lists templates containing the specified name. If no name is specified, lists all templates.

  • -lang --language {C# F# VB}

    The language of the template to create. The language accepted varies by the template (see defaults in the arguments section). Not valid for some templates.

    Note

    Some shells interpret # as a special character. In those cases, enclose the language parameter value in quotes. For example, dotnet new console -lang 'F#'.

  • -n --name <OUTPUT_NAME>

    The name for the created output. If no name is specified, the name of the current directory is used.

  • --nuget-source <SOURCE>

    Specifies a NuGet source to use during install.

  • -o --output <OUTPUT_DIRECTORY>

    Location to place the generated output. The default is the current directory.

  • --type <TYPE>

    Filters templates based on available types. Predefined values are project and item.

  • -u --uninstall [PATH NUGET_ID]

    Uninstalls a template pack at the PATH or NUGET_ID provided. When the <PATH NUGET_ID> value isn't specified, all currently installed template packs and their associated templates are displayed. When specifying NUGET_ID, don't include the version number.

    If you don't specify a parameter to this option, the command lists the installed templates and details about them.

    Note

    To uninstall a template using a PATH, you need to fully qualify the path. For example, C:/Users/<USER>/Documents/Templates/GarciaSoftware.ConsoleTemplate.CSharp will work, but ./GarciaSoftware.ConsoleTemplate.CSharp from the containing folder will not.Don't include a final terminating directory slash on your template path.

  • --update-apply

    Checks if there are updates available for the template packs that are currently installed and installs them. Available since .NET Core 3.0 SDK.

  • --update-check

    Checks if there are updates available for the template packs that are currently installed. Available since .NET Core 3.0 SDK.

Template options

Each project template may have additional options available. The core templates have the following additional options:

console

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. Available since .NET Core 3.0 SDK.

    The following table lists the default values according to the SDK version number you're using:

    SDK versionDefault value
    5.0net5.0
    3.1netcoreapp3.1
    3.0netcoreapp3.0
  • --langVersion <VERSION_NUMBER>

    Sets the LangVersion property in the created project file. For example, use --langVersion 7.3 to use C# 7.3. Not supported for F#. Available since .NET Core 2.2 SDK.

    For a list of default C# versions, see Defaults.

  • --no-restore

    If specified, doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation. Available since .NET Core 2.2 SDK.

classlib

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. Values: net5.0 or netcoreapp<version> to create a .NET Class Library or netstandard<version> to create a .NET Standard Class Library. The default value for .NET 5.0 SDK is net5.0.

  • --langVersion <VERSION_NUMBER>

    Sets the LangVersion property in the created project file. For example, use --langVersion 7.3 to use C# 7.3. Not supported for F#. Available since .NET Core 2.2 SDK.

    For a list of default C# versions, see Defaults.

  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

wpf, wpflib, wpfcustomcontrollib, wpfusercontrollib

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. The default value is net5.0. Available since .NET Core 3.1 SDK.

  • --langVersion <VERSION_NUMBER>

    Sets the LangVersion property in the created project file. For example, use --langVersion 7.3 to use C# 7.3.

    For a list of default C# versions, see Defaults.

  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

winforms, winformslib

  • --langVersion <VERSION_NUMBER>

    Sets the LangVersion property in the created project file. For example, use --langVersion 7.3 to use C# 7.3.

    For a list of default C# versions, see Defaults.

  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

worker, grpc

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. The default value is netcoreapp3.1. Available since .NET Core 3.1 SDK.

  • --exclude-launch-settings

    Excludes launchSettings.json from the generated template.

  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

mstest, xunit

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. Option available since .NET Core 3.0 SDK.

    The following table lists the default values according to the SDK version number you're using:

    SDK versionDefault value
    5.0net5.0
    3.1netcoreapp3.1
    3.0netcoreapp3.0
  • -p --enable-pack

    Enables packaging for the project using dotnet pack.

  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

nunit

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target.

    The following table lists the default values according to the SDK version number you're using:

    SDK versionDefault value
    5.0net5.0
    3.1netcoreapp3.1
    3.0netcoreapp3.0
    2.2netcoreapp2.2
    2.1netcoreapp2.1
  • -p --enable-pack

    Enables packaging for the project using dotnet pack.

  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

Sxstrace.exe

page

  • -na --namespace <NAMESPACE_NAME>

    Namespace for the generated code. The default value is MyApp.Namespace.

  • -np --no-pagemodel

    Creates the page without a PageModel.

viewimports, proto

  • -na --namespace <NAMESPACE_NAME>

    Namespace for the generated code. The default value is MyApp.Namespace.

blazorserver

  • -au --auth <AUTHENTICATION_TYPE>

    The type of authentication to use. The possible values are:

    • None - No authentication (Default).
    • Individual - Individual authentication.
    • IndividualB2C - Individual authentication with Azure AD B2C.
    • SingleOrg - Organizational authentication for a single tenant.
    • MultiOrg - Organizational authentication for multiple tenants.
    • Windows - Windows authentication.
  • --aad-b2c-instance <INSTANCE>

    The Azure Active Directory B2C instance to connect to. Use with IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is https://login.microsoftonline.com/tfp/.

  • -ssp --susi-policy-id <ID>

    The sign-in and sign-up policy ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C authentication.

  • -rp --reset-password-policy-id <ID>

    The reset password policy ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C authentication.

  • -ep --edit-profile-policy-id <ID>

    The edit profile policy ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C authentication.

  • --aad-instance <INSTANCE>

    The Azure Active Directory instance to connect to. Use with SingleOrg or MultiOrg authentication. The default value is https://login.microsoftonline.com/.

  • --client-id <ID>

    The Client ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C, SingleOrg, or MultiOrg authentication. The default value is 11111111-1111-1111-11111111111111111.

  • --domain <DOMAIN>

    The domain for the directory tenant. Use with SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is qualified.domain.name.

  • --tenant-id <ID>

    The TenantId ID of the directory to connect to. Use with SingleOrg authentication. The default value is 22222222-2222-2222-2222-222222222222.

  • --callback-path <PATH>

    The request path within the application's base path of the redirect URI. Use with SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is /signin-oidc.

  • -r --org-read-access

    Allows this application read-access to the directory. Only applies to SingleOrg or MultiOrg authentication.

  • --exclude-launch-settings

    Excludes launchSettings.json from the generated template.

  • --no-https

    Turns off HTTPS. This option only applies if Individual, IndividualB2C, SingleOrg, or MultiOrg aren't being used for --auth.

  • -uld --use-local-db

    Specifies LocalDB should be used instead of SQLite. Only applies to Individual or IndividualB2C authentication.

  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

blazorwasm

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target.

    The following table lists the default values according to the SDK version number you're using:

    SDK versionDefault value
    5.0net5.0
    3.1netcoreapp3.1
  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

  • -ho --hosted

    Includes an ASP.NET Core host for the Blazor WebAssembly app.

  • -au --auth <AUTHENTICATION_TYPE>

    The type of authentication to use. The possible values are:

    • None - No authentication (Default).
    • Individual - Individual authentication.
    • IndividualB2C - Individual authentication with Azure AD B2C.
    • SingleOrg - Organizational authentication for a single tenant.
  • --authority <AUTHORITY>

    The authority of the OIDC provider. Use with Individual authentication. The default value is https://login.microsoftonline.com/.

  • --aad-b2c-instance <INSTANCE>

    The Azure Active Directory B2C instance to connect to. Use with IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is https://aadB2CInstance.b2clogin.com/.

  • -ssp --susi-policy-id <ID>

    The sign-in and sign-up policy ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C authentication.

  • --aad-instance <INSTANCE>

    The Azure Active Directory instance to connect to. Use with SingleOrg authentication. The default value is https://login.microsoftonline.com/.

    Update

  • --client-id <ID>

    The Client ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C, SingleOrg, or Individual authentication in standalone scenarios. The default value is 33333333-3333-3333-33333333333333333.

  • --domain <DOMAIN>

    The domain for the directory tenant. Use with SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is qualified.domain.name.

  • --app-id-uri <URI>

    The App ID Uri for the server API you want to call. Use with SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is api.id.uri.

  • --api-client-id <ID>

    The Client ID for the API that the server hosts. Use with SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is 11111111-1111-1111-11111111111111111.

  • -s --default-scope <SCOPE>

    The API scope the client needs to request to provision an access token. Use with SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is user_impersonation.

  • --tenant-id <ID>

    The TenantId ID of the directory to connect to. Use with SingleOrg authentication. The default value is 22222222-2222-2222-2222-222222222222.

  • -r --org-read-access

    Allows this application read-access to the directory. Only applies to SingleOrg authentication.

  • --exclude-launch-settings

    Excludes launchSettings.json from the generated template.

  • -p --pwa

    produces a Progressive Web Application (PWA) supporting installation and offline use.

  • --no-https

    Turns off HTTPS. This option only applies if Individual, IndividualB2C, or SingleOrg aren't being used for --auth.

  • -uld --use-local-db

    Specifies LocalDB should be used instead of SQLite. Only applies to Individual or IndividualB2C authentication.

  • --called-api-url <URL>

    URL of the API to call from the web app. Only applies to SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication without an ASP.NET Core host specified. The default value is https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me.

  • --calls-graph

    Specifies if the web app calls Microsoft Graph. Only applies to SingleOrg authentication.

  • --called-api-scopes <SCOPES>

    Scopes to request to call the API from the web app. Only applies to SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication without an ASP.NET Core host specified. The default is user.read.

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web

  • --exclude-launch-settings

    Excludes launchSettings.json from the generated template.

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. Option not available in .NET Core 2.2 SDK.

    The following table lists the default values according to the SDK version number you're using:

    SDK versionDefault value
    5.0net5.0
    3.1netcoreapp3.1
    3.0netcoreapp3.0
    2.1netcoreapp2.1
  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

  • --no-https

    Turns off HTTPS.

mvc, webapp

  • -au --auth <AUTHENTICATION_TYPE>

    The type of authentication to use. The possible values are:

    • None - No authentication (Default).
    • Individual - Individual authentication.
    • IndividualB2C - Individual authentication with Azure AD B2C.
    • SingleOrg - Organizational authentication for a single tenant.
    • MultiOrg - Organizational authentication for multiple tenants.
    • Windows - Windows authentication.
  • --aad-b2c-instance <INSTANCE>

    The Azure Active Directory B2C instance to connect to. Use with IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is https://login.microsoftonline.com/tfp/.

  • -ssp --susi-policy-id <ID>

    The sign-in and sign-up policy ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C authentication.

  • -rp --reset-password-policy-id <ID>

    The reset password policy ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C authentication.

  • -ep --edit-profile-policy-id <ID>

    The edit profile policy ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C authentication.

  • --aad-instance <INSTANCE>

    The Azure Active Directory instance to connect to. Use with SingleOrg or MultiOrg authentication. The default value is https://login.microsoftonline.com/.

  • --client-id <ID>

    The Client ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C, SingleOrg, or MultiOrg authentication. The default value is 11111111-1111-1111-11111111111111111.

  • --domain <DOMAIN>

    The domain for the directory tenant. Use with SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is qualified.domain.name.

  • --tenant-id <ID>

    The TenantId ID of the directory to connect to. Use with SingleOrg authentication. The default value is 22222222-2222-2222-2222-222222222222.

  • --callback-path <PATH>

    The request path within the application's base path of the redirect URI. Use with SingleOrg or IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is /signin-oidc.

  • -r --org-read-access

    Allows this application read-access to the directory. Only applies to SingleOrg or MultiOrg authentication.

  • --exclude-launch-settings

    Excludes launchSettings.json from the generated template.

  • --no-https

    Turns off HTTPS. This option only applies if Individual, IndividualB2C, SingleOrg, or MultiOrg aren't being used.

  • -uld --use-local-db

    Specifies LocalDB should be used instead of SQLite. Only applies to Individual or IndividualB2C authentication.

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. Option available since .NET Core 3.0 SDK.

    The following table lists the default values according to the SDK version number you're using:

    SDK versionDefault value
    5.0net5.0
    3.1netcoreapp3.1
    3.0netcoreapp3.0
  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

  • --use-browserlink

    Includes BrowserLink in the project. Option not available in .NET Core 2.2 and 3.1 SDK.

  • -rrc --razor-runtime-compilation

    Determines if the project is configured to use Razor runtime compilation in Debug builds. Option available since .NET Core 3.1.201 SDK.

angular, react

  • -au --auth <AUTHENTICATION_TYPE>

    The type of authentication to use. Available since .NET Core 3.0 SDK.

    The possible values are:

    • None - No authentication (Default).
    • Individual - Individual authentication.
  • --exclude-launch-settings

    Excludes launchSettings.json from the generated template.

  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

  • --no-https

    Turns off HTTPS. This option only applies if authentication is None.

  • -uld --use-local-db

    Specifies LocalDB should be used instead of SQLite. Only applies to Individual or IndividualB2C authentication. Available since .NET Core 3.0 SDK.

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. Option not available in .NET Core 2.2 SDK.

    The following table lists the default values according to the SDK version number you're using:

    SDK versionDefault value
    5.0net5.0
    3.1netcoreapp3.1
    3.0netcoreapp3.0
    2.1netcoreapp2.0

reactredux

  • --exclude-launch-settings

    Excludes launchSettings.json from the generated template.

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. Option not available in .NET Core 2.2 SDK.

    The following table lists the default values according to the SDK version number you're using:

    SDK versionDefault value
    5.0net5.0
    3.1netcoreapp3.1
    3.0netcoreapp3.0
    2.1netcoreapp2.0
  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

  • --no-https

    Turns off HTTPS.

razorclasslib

  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

  • -s --support-pages-and-views

    Supports adding traditional Razor pages and Views in addition to components to this library. Available since .NET Core 3.0 SDK.

webapi

  • -au --auth <AUTHENTICATION_TYPE>

    The type of authentication to use. The possible values are:

    • None - No authentication (Default).
    • IndividualB2C - Individual authentication with Azure AD B2C.
    • SingleOrg - Organizational authentication for a single tenant.
    • Windows - Windows authentication.
  • --aad-b2c-instance <INSTANCE>

    The Azure Active Directory B2C instance to connect to. Use with IndividualB2C authentication. The default value is https://login.microsoftonline.com/tfp/.

  • -ssp --susi-policy-id <ID>

    The sign-in and sign-up policy ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C authentication.

  • --aad-instance <INSTANCE>

    The Azure Active Directory instance to connect to. Use with SingleOrg authentication. The default value is https://login.microsoftonline.com/.

  • --client-id <ID>

    The Client ID for this project. Use with IndividualB2C or SingleOrg authentication. The default value is 11111111-1111-1111-11111111111111111.

  • --domain <DOMAIN>

    The domain for the directory tenant. Use with IndividualB2C or SingleOrg authentication. The default value is qualified.domain.name.

  • --tenant-id <ID>

    The TenantId ID of the directory to connect to. Use with SingleOrg authentication. The default value is 22222222-2222-2222-2222-222222222222.

  • -r --org-read-access

    Allows this application read-access to the directory. Only applies to SingleOrg authentication.

  • --exclude-launch-settings

    Excludes launchSettings.json from the generated template.

  • --no-https

    Turns off HTTPS. app.UseHsts and app.UseHttpsRedirection aren't added to Startup.Configure. This option only applies if IndividualB2C or SingleOrg aren't being used for authentication.

  • -uld --use-local-db

    Specifies LocalDB should be used instead of SQLite. Only applies to IndividualB2C authentication.

  • -f --framework <FRAMEWORK>

    Specifies the framework to target. Option not available in .NET Core 2.2 SDK.

    The following table lists the default values according to the SDK version number you're using:

    SDK versionDefault value
    5.0net5.0
    3.1netcoreapp3.1
    3.0netcoreapp3.0
    2.1netcoreapp2.1
  • --no-restore

    Doesn't execute an implicit restore during project creation.

globaljson

  • --sdk-version <VERSION_NUMBER>

    Specifies the version of the .NET SDK to use in the global.json file.

Command Line Windows 10

Examples

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  • Create a C# console application project by specifying the template name:

  • Create an F# console application project in the current directory:

  • Create a .NET Standard class library project in the specified directory:

  • Create a new ASP.NET Core C# MVC project in the current directory with no authentication:

  • Create a new xUnit project:

  • List all templates available for Single Page Application (SPA) templates:

  • List all templates matching the we substring. No exact match is found, so substring matching runs against both the short name and name columns.

  • Attempt to invoke the template matching ng. If a single match can't be determined, list the templates that are partial matches.

  • Install version 2.0 of the SPA templates for ASP.NET Core:

  • List the installed templates and details about them, including how to uninstall them:

  • Create a global.json in the current directory setting the SDK version to 3.1.101:

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See also