by bill-s, 2018-08-07T02:17:20.604Z
by bill-s, 2018-08-07T02:16:09.013Z
This is one of the biggest releases of BenchmarkDotNet ever. There are so many improvements. We have new documentation, many performance improvements, Job Mutators, better user experience, correct Ctrl+C handling, better generic benchmarks support, more scenarios for passing arguments to benchmarks, awesome support of console arguments, unicode support, LLVM support in MonoDisassembler, and many-many other improvements and bug fixes!
by sai.koona, 2018-08-06T06:20:46.486Z
There could be a situation where the application will use some sensitive data such as Payment Gateway live credentials and client don’t want to expose the data to any of their developers and staff about it. Here is the solution for this problem.
by bill-s, 2018-08-07T02:10:46.474Z
Serverless is the evolution of cloud platforms in the direction of pure cloud native code. Serverless brings developers closer to business logic while insulating them from infrastructure concerns. It's a pattern that doesn't imply "no server" but rather, "less server." Serverless code is event-driven. Code may be triggered by anything from a traditional HTTP web request to a timer or the result of uploading a file. The infrastructure behind serverless allows for instant scale to meet elastic demands and offers micro-billing to truly "pay for what you use." Serverless requires a new way of thinking and approach to building applications and isn't the right solution for every problem. As a developer, you must decide:
What are the pros and cons of serverless?
Why should you consider serverless for your own applications?
How can you build, test, deploy, and maintain your serverless code?
Where does it make sense to migrate code to serverless in existing applications, and what is the best way to accomplish this transformation?
by bill-s, 2018-08-07T02:13:47.036Z
A lot is demanded from Web applications today. Web apps are expected not only to function properly, but they need to do so with a great user experience. Users expect applications to be fast. They also expect applications to deliver information in real-time, without the need to refresh the browser.
by bill-s, 2018-08-07T02:15:04.682Z
by bill-s, 2018-08-07T02:14:41.988Z
by bill-s, 2018-08-07T02:11:31.028Z
From now on, you can use and modify Xenko completely free — whether you’re a professional, a student, or just looking for a new hobby. This includes both the runtime and editor.
Main focus for this release was on the open-source transition, but Xenko 3.0 also includes some new features, such as a switch to the new C# project system, video, hair and skin rendering. Read the full release notes here.
by bill-s, 2018-08-07T02:15:52.494Z
It's been 9 months since the release of 2.3 RTM and the 2.3.1 bug fix. The length of time is an indicator of the relative stability of the 2.3 release train; most of the features shipped in 2.4 are usability-related. This includes features like improved test method display name formatting, support for reporting results to VSTS, and additional command line options for the console runner.
by bill-s, 2018-08-07T02:14:21.478Z
We live in a digital world where service downtime is not tolerated by customers, but at the same time, not everyone has the luxury of cold standby environments or Kubernetes clusters to enable this. I recently had the task of finding a way to make zero downtime deployments work using good old Microsoft IIS, as well as automating the deployments behind a single click. I’m sure there are others out there with similar constraints. If you’re one of them, then this is for you.