by bill-s, 2021-03-06T02:17:03.194Z
1. Connection time...
2. Welcome & Introduction
4. Introduction and Brief of CI/CD
5. Demo Session with Jenkins and GitLab
6. Fun activity
7. Demo Session with GitHub
by bill-s, 2021-03-06T02:31:34.259Z
It is quite a possible situation to have a user navigating to the client application’s page that sends an HTTP request to the server. While our app processing the request, a user can navigate away from that page. In such a case, we want to cancel the HTTP request since the response is no longer important to that user. Of course, this is just one of many situations that could happen in a real-world application where we would want to cancel our request. So, in this article, we are going to learn how to use CancellationToken to cancel HTTP requests in our client application.
by bill-s, 2021-03-06T02:26:37.496Z
What should you choose for your next application - .NET Framework or .NET Core? In this article, let’s compare these two platforms and see if we can come to a conclusion.
by bill-s, 2021-03-06T02:29:37.734Z
This is a companion article to the EF Core Community Standup called “Performance tuning an EF Core app” where I apply a series of performance enhancements to a demo ASP.NET Core e-commerce book selling site called the Book App. I start with 700 books, then 100,000 books and finally ½ million books.
This article, plus the EF Core Community Standup video, pulls information from chapters 14 to 16 from my book “Entity Framework Core in Action, 2nd edition” and uses code in the associated GitHub repo https://github.com/JonPSmith/EfCoreinAction-SecondEdition.
by bill-s, 2021-03-06T02:19:37.812Z
Miss conferences? We do too. We’re bringing back Game Stack Live – two days of all things game dev from Microsoft.
by ThomasArdal, 2021-03-02T07:00:20.354Z
In this article, we will show how you can serve an endpoint in the iCal format for .NET with ease using the package iCal.NET.
by bill-s, 2021-03-06T02:28:25.046Z
In this episode, Irina Scurtu will tell you all about what to pay attention to when you're building RESTful APIs. The guidance Irina shows in this video will make sure your RESTful APIs will be easy to use by developers and flexible to change.
by bill-s, 2021-03-06T02:30:09.263Z
In this video Sagar Shetty shows you how you can see how much memory your app uses and what code paths allocate the most memory by using the .NET Object Allocation tool. This is last video in the series and it has been really eye opening for me. Check them all out if you get the chance!
by bill-s, 2021-03-06T02:32:36.659Z
Do you believe that creating a complete invoice document can take less than 200 lines of code? We have prepared for you a step-by-step instruction that shows every detail of this implementation and describes the best patterns and practices.
For tutorial, documentation and API reference, please visit the QuestPDF documentation.
This repository contains sample implementation of the full, page-aware invoice similar to the one below. Let's get started!
by sanjayhmodi, 2021-03-04T04:30:54.861Z
This article will cover what is Serilog along with its concepts and how to implement Serilog in ASP.NET Core. ASP.NET Core has a built-in logging API that supports a wide variety of logging providers. Serilog is one of the most popular logging frameworks which can be plugged-in into .NET Core based applications.
Logging providers works by storing logs in some destination like file or database. In-built logging API is available in Microsoft.Extensions.Logging namespace and works mostly all in-built and third-party logging providers.
Serilog provides libraries for logging application information into the console, files, etc. Serilog supports structured logging which is a very popular format when it comes to reading these log information using some tool.
by sanjayhmodi, 2021-03-05T07:13:11.654Z
This article covers what is Serilog along with its concepts and how to implement Serilog in ASP.NET Core. ASP.NET Core has a built-in logging API that supports a wide variety of logging providers. Serilog is one of the most popular logging frameworks which can be plugged-in into .NET Core based applications.
by mizrael, 2021-03-05T16:42:52.374Z
Hi All! Welcome back to the second part of the Series. Today we're going to connect the last dots and take a look at the server.
Read the full article here: https://www.davideguida.com/ui-notifications-blazor-signalr-opensleigh-part-2/