by bill-s, 2020-03-16T06:14:34.583Z
Looking to build a new app, develop and test, or run small production workloads with Azure Cosmos DB? Our new Free Tier makes it easy to get started with no cost and save money as you build and grow new apps.
With Azure Cosmos DB Free Tier enabled, you’ll get the first 400 RU/s throughput and 5 GB storage in your account for free each month, for the lifetime of the account. That means that you can start small and grow with confidence, knowing your app will be running on a high-performance database service. You’ll only pay if your account exceeds 400 RU/s and 5 GB. Additionally, if your app has a lot of containers you can create up to 25 containers in a shared throughput database and have them all share the free 400 RU/s. You can have up to one free tier account per Azure subscription.
by bill-s, 2020-03-16T06:18:43.034Z
GitHub Apps are a GitHub's preferred way to build more sophissticated functionality on top of GitHub. GitHub apps are a separate concept from GitHub OAuth Apps, which causes a lot of confusion.
Here's how you can think of the difference: GitHub OAuth Apps can act on behalf of a user, but GitHub Apps are distinct "users" that can act on their own. If you authorize a GitHub OAuth App and that app posts on an issue, it looks as if you posted it. But if you install a GitHub App and that app posts on an issue, the post comes from a distinct user.
by bill-s, 2020-03-16T06:22:57.400Z
by cezarypiatek, 2020-03-18T19:08:31.630Z
The idea of immutable types is great but without the proper support from the language syntax, it might not be worth applying. In this article, I’m going to present the results of my experiments with Roslyn analyzers that simulate types immutability without the need of writing large amount of boilerplate code.
by bill-s, 2020-03-16T06:11:34.394Z
I've experienced a handful of times that an application has slowed down sufficiently without a code change. So, what could (change to) make an application slower over time? Mostly, the answer to this question is data. To be more specific, the amount of data that an application has to process.
by ThomasArdal, 2020-03-17T07:16:12.249Z
Learn how to use ImageSharp and ASP.NET Core to let users upload images and resize them. ImageSharp is a great replacement for the WebImage class in ASP.NET