by ThomasArdal, 2019-02-06T06:58:44.688Z
A comparison between the top 6 most used continuous integration servers for building .NET projects. See the strengths and weaknesses of each product.
by bill-s, 2019-02-04T05:38:59.709Z
Visual Studio 2019 Preview 2 is out! And with it, a couple more C# 8.0 features are ready for you to try. It’s mostly about pattern matching, though I’ll touch on a few other news and changes at the end.
by bill-s, 2019-02-04T05:35:36.313Z
Earlier I posted about creating First ASP.NET Core 3.0 App using Visual Studio 2019 Preview 1 release. ASP.NET Core 3.0 is a major release and has some code breaking changes. However, .NET Core 3.0 preview 1 release didn’t offer any insight of the new features. Recently, .NET Core 3.0 preview 2 came out and now we can get a feel of ASP.NET Core 3.0 new features. In this post, let’s create a new ASP.NET Core 3.0 app with .NET Core 3.0 preview 2 release and take a look at the new features.
by coding-machine, 2019-02-04T18:58:27.827Z
This How-To describes how to inject dependency to HttpClient you generated for PetStore API with OpenAPI (Swagger) Connected Service to ASP.NET Core application.
"OpenAPI (Swagger) Connected Service" links:
Project GitHub: https://github.com/dmitry-pavlov/openapi-connected-service
Visual Studio Marketplace: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=dmitry-pavlov.OpenAPIConnectedService
by bill-s, 2019-02-05T04:29:43.997Z
Today I’d like to announce Homebrew 2.0.0. The most significant changes since 1.9.0 are official support for Linux and Windows 10 (with Windows Subsystem for Linux), brew cleanup running automatically, no more options in Homebrew/homebrew-core, and removal of support for OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) and older.
by bill-s, 2019-02-05T04:28:08.899Z
HTTP is the application protocol that powers the Web. It began life as the so-called HTTP/0.9 protocol in 1991, and by 1999 had evolved to HTTP/1.1, which was standardised within the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force). HTTP/1.1 was good enough for a long time but the ever changing needs of the Web called for a better suited protocol, and HTTP/2 emerged in 2015. More recently it was announced that the IETF is intending to deliver a new version - HTTP/3. To some people this is a surprise and has caused a bit of confusion. If you don't track IETF work closely it might seem that HTTP/3 has come out of the blue. However, we can trace its origins through a lineage of experiments and evolution of Web protocols; specifically the QUIC transport protocol.
by andrea.angella, 2019-02-07T23:39:56.645Z
How to use Indexes in C# 8 from Productive C#. Subscribe to the YouTube channel to get practical videos on C# and .NET from Andrea.
by coding-machine, 2019-02-04T18:59:31.931Z
OpenAPI (Swagger) Connected Service is a Visual Studio 2017 extension to generate C# HttpClient code for OpenAPI (formerly Swagger API) web service with NSwag.
by bill-s, 2019-02-05T04:28:47.184Z
Hey my app doesn't scale! ____ Framework sucks! Well, you can write a slow app in any language. This talk will show you why your app isn't scaling and gives you the DOs and the DON'Ts of making big apps do big things in ASP.NET Core.
by tpeczek, 2019-02-06T10:19:55.484Z
As part of my talk about real-time technologies in ASP.NET Core I mention that Web Push can be scaled with Azure Functions. In this post I'm showing how.
by bill-s, 2019-02-05T04:29:19.899Z
Server-side rendering is a term banded around as a foolproof remedy to “thick” client-side applications. But in most examples you’ll see, there’s an elephant in the room.