by tpeczek, 2018-11-21T08:29:56.318Z
In my second post about Azure Functions 2.0 extensibility I'm taking a closer look at creating custom triggers.
by bill-s, 2018-11-24T10:01:14.587Z
Machine learning can be tricky. Fortunately, Azure is coming up with ways to make it easier for developers to jump into machine learning. In part 1 of this post on ML.NET and Azure Functions, you created a machine learning model with ML.NET that categorizes irises. You also set up a serverless architecture environment with Azure Functions and uploaded your model to it. In this post, you’re going to finish by building an app that uses your machine learning model.
by bill-s, 2018-11-24T10:01:44.385Z
We’re excited to announce today the release of ML.NET 0.7 – the latest release of the cross-platform and open source machine learning framework for .NET developers (ML.NET 0.1 was released at //Build 2018). This release focuses on enabling better support for recommendation based ML tasks, enabling anomaly detection, enhancing the customizability of the machine learning pipelines, enabling using ML.NET in x86 apps, and more.
by bill-s, 2018-11-24T10:00:10.112Z
In 2018, Samsung started to release Smart TVs that support apps written in .NET. These TVs run on the Tizen operating system which is “an open and flexible operating system built from the ground up to address the needs of all stakeholders of the mobile and connected device ecosystem, including device manufacturers, mobile operators, application developers and independent software vendors (ISVs). Tizen is developed by a community of developers, under open source governance, and is open to all members who wish to participate.” [Tizen.org]
by bill-s, 2018-11-24T10:14:50.395Z
Looking to create a React front-end with an ASP.NET Core back-end? You have two clear options.
Use the dotnet React templates
Spin up separate projects for front-end and back-end
by bill-s, 2018-11-24T10:15:45.419Z
This page collects all the posts I’ve written within .NET Internals series:
by [email protected], 2018-11-21T19:28:42.825Z
This tutorial shows how to use the RequestManager library in order to send HTTP requests in ASP.NET Core, in an efficient manner.
by andrea.angella, 2018-11-20T23:20:11.084Z
The extensible fixed statement is a new feature introduced in C# 7.3. Learn how to add support for pinning using the fixed statement on your own types
by jmezach, 2018-11-23T16:20:48.012Z
This post is part of a series: Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Third party dependencies Part 3: Mechanics of porting Part 4: Deployment and packaging options If you haven’t read any of the previous posts I recommend you do this now to get some context that I’ll be referring to in this post. If you have, continue on with the nitty gritty details of porting an app to ASP.