by bill-s, 2021-04-02T02:38:21.556Z
This week, James is joined by Nish Anil who is here to walk us through building our very first Microservice for our mobile apps with .NET, ASP.NET Core, Docker, Kubernetes, and more! He shows how to switch from development to production without changing a line of code with the power of Microservices!
by bill-s, 2021-04-02T02:41:24.777Z
.NET is a free, cross-platform, open source developer platform for building many different types of applications. With .NET, you can use multiple languages, editors, and libraries to build for web, mobile, desktop, games, and IoT.
by bill-s, 2021-04-02T02:44:18.391Z
Coding Shorts: Demystifying Bitwise Operators in C#
by bill-s, 2021-04-02T02:46:59.471Z
TL/DR: Fed up with messy test code that’s difficult to maintain and extend? Read on to learn how to supercharge your automated test by implementing Inversion of Control using .NET Dependency Injection.
by bill-s, 2021-04-02T02:35:31.967Z
Daily .NET Tips
by bill-s, 2021-04-02T02:44:48.717Z
We, C# developers, all know the basics of C#. I mean declarations, conditionals, loops, operators, etc.
Some of us even mastered the stuff like Generics, anonymous types, lambdas, LINQ, ...
But what are the most hidden features or tricks of C# that even C# fans, addicts, experts barely know?
by bill-s, 2021-04-02T02:39:06.500Z
If you’re developing an HTTP API (what most would call REST) how does that fit alongside a Task-Based UI and CQRS? How can you create a REST API with CQRS? For starters, resources don’t need to map to Entities. Second, HTTP Methods don’t need to map to CRUD. Resources can be whatever you want them to be. In which case, they can be commands and queries.
by bill-s, 2021-04-02T02:41:03.971Z
ASP.NET makes it easy to build HTTP services that reach a broad range of clients, including browsers and mobile devices. Whether you’re new to .NET or an old pro, we’ve got a lot of fresh videos, tutorials, and documentation to help you learn how to build great HTTP APIs.
by bill-s, 2021-04-02T02:36:09.199Z
According to StackOverflow, C# is one of the most-loved programming languages. And I completely understand that—it is powerful, easy to learn and consistently improving and developing. It is a living language. :)
The last couple of years, there were new features added to the languages, and the new versions keep coming up—C# 7, C# 8, C# 9.
As you know, we at Progress Telerik are proud that our products are always in sync with the latest things in the .NET world, and C# 9 and JustMock are no exception.