by bill-s, 2019-10-16T01:48:43.178Z
The following sections provide performance tips and known reliability problems and solutions.
by [email protected], 2019-10-17T16:46:02.495Z
As more shops begin automating build and deployment pipelines, it’s critical to learn about containerization. In this article, Mircea Oprea walks you through deploying an ASP.NET Core API in a Docker container.
by ramiro.nd, 2019-10-17T16:11:09.606Z
This article will show you how to build your Web API with the new ASP.NET Core 3.0 and how to integrate with Auth0 in order to secure them. Following the steps described in this tutorial, you will end up building a simple Web API project.
by ThomasArdal, 2019-10-15T05:47:48.188Z
Learn how to configure IIS to allow both long URLs as well as long query strings. Without it, your web server may return 404s to your users.
by ramiro.nd, 2019-10-14T15:56:55.012Z
Social logins, Identity Providers, OAuth 2.0, LDAP, SAML, OpenId Connect; all can be confusing. What does it all mean? How did we get here?
Here's what the #NETConf19 taught us
by bill-s, 2019-10-16T01:51:09.122Z
Welcome to the fifth post in this introductory series on Functional Programming in F#. In this post we will be building upon some of the concepts we have learned in previous posts whilst investigating functional collections.
by bill-s, 2019-10-16T01:45:32.153Z
If you’ve been writing code for any reasonable amount of time, then it’s virtually impossible that you haven’t handled logging in any way, since it’s one of the most essential parts of modern, “real life” app development.
If you’re a .NET developer, then you’ve probably used some of the many famous logging frameworks available for use at this platform. Today’s post will cover one of these frameworks: log4net.
by bill-s, 2019-10-16T01:45:54.839Z
The dotNetConf keynote included a section from Bri Actman, who is a Program Manager on the .NET Team (the relevant section is on YouTube from 58m16 to 1hr06m35s). This section showed how developers can integrate various ML techniques and code into their projects using the ModelBuilder tool in Visual Studio – in her example, photographs of the outdoors were classified according to what kind of weather they showed.
by bill-s, 2019-10-16T01:50:50.476Z
With Visual Studio 2019 we can publish ASP.NET Core 3.0 applications as self-contained executable. It’s especially useful for environments where ASP.NET Core 3.0 is not installed or where we don’t have permissions to install it. Here’s how to do it.