by Dandy123, 2018-07-23T11:14:35.008Z
The article describes in-depth how to use interfaces and composition as an alternative to inheritance in the object-oriented programming world.
by bill-s, 2018-07-25T16:39:25.437Z
Last year, I created a .NET Core CLI tool called dotnet libyear to help keep track of how far behind your apps' dependencies are.
by bill-s, 2018-07-25T16:39:05.491Z
For my projects, I like to use TravisCI for running my builds and tests. If I'm working with a language that supports it, I also like to publish code coverage results from the test run to coveralls.io. A little while back I found a cross-platform tool to calculate coverage results for .NET Core projects:
by bill-s, 2018-07-24T06:16:13.002Z
If you’re using a load balancer in front of your ASP.NET Core application you will need to provide it a route where it can verify that your application is still running. Here’s an overview of how you can implement implement Health Checks in ASP.NET Core.
by bill-s, 2018-07-25T16:39:46.843Z
In one of my previous blogs, we created a recursive function. Recursive functions are functions that calls itself. If you were new to recursive function, it may have hurt your brain. Today’s blog is in the similar lines. It may help you understand recursion better.
by bill-s, 2018-07-20T16:41:43.147Z
In this technical overview of Azure Cosmos DB you will learn how easy it is to get started building planet-scale applications with Azure Cosmos DB. We’ll then take a closer look at important design aspects around global distribution, consistency, and server-side partitioning. How to model your data to fit your app’s needs using tools and APIs you love.
by tpeczek, 2018-07-20T09:02:29.703Z
ASP.NET Core WebHooks provide support for receiving web hooks in ASP.NET Core web applications. This post explores built-in capabilities and customization options for ASP.NET Core WebHooks model binding.
by sai.koona, 2018-07-21T16:42:10.851Z
Produces and Consumes Attributes are newly introduced in MVC 6 (ASP.NET Core) to control the content negotiation.
by bill-s, 2018-07-24T06:13:54.608Z
With each Rider release, we do our best to bridge the gap between Rider and the ReSharper Ultimate bundle. The top in-demand feature has certainly been “Rider + dotCover” integration. So, without further ado, please welcome the latest Rider 2018.2 EAP build – the first Rider version ever that features unit test code coverage and support for continuous testing!
by bill-s, 2018-07-25T16:40:44.531Z
I’ve been using Polly for a number of years now. For the most part, my usage of the library has been to solve some quite basic problems; commonly to implement retry logic when calling external services for example. In this post, I want to explore a requirement I had when using Polly within a library that would be shared with various other internal projects.
by bill-s, 2018-07-25T16:40:17.818Z
We developers spend lot of our time reading code. We read code so that we know how to change it to implement a new feature, fix a bug, etc. It is much better to work in a code base where code is easy to read and understand.
One thing that can make code readable is good naming. Giving variables, classes, and methods good names makes code easier to read.