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Friss hírek - .NET

  • • The Morning Brew #2534
    Information State Driven UI in ASP.NET Core MVC – Derek Comartin Byte Arrays and ASP.NET Core Web APIs – K. Scott Allen Use the awesomeness of Pattern Matching with C# 7.0 – Brij Bhushan Mishra Targeting a specific version of the .NET Framework – Benjamin Perkins The Microsoft Artificial Intelligence Landscape – And Wh...
  • • az webapp new – Azure CLI extension to create and deploy a .NET Core or nodejs site in one command
    The Azure CLI 2.0 (Command line interface) is a clean little command line tool to query the Azure back-end APIs (which are JSON). It's easy to install and cross-platform: Install on Windows Install on macOS Install on Linux or Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) Install with apt on Debian or Ubuntu Install with yum on RHEL, Fedora, or CentOS Ins...
  • • The Morning Brew #2533
    Software General web development updates in Rider 2017.3 – Maarten Balliauw Information Managing Azure AD Group Claims in ASP.NET Core – K.Scott Allen Migrating Contoso University Example to Razor Pages – Jimmy Bogard Getting Data from the Request Object in ASP.NET MVC – Peter Vogel Logging with output in Unit Tests in .Net ...
  • • Your guide to Azure services for apps built with Xamarin
    When talking about app development today, the cloud is almost always part of the conversation. While many developers have an idea of the benefits that cloud can offer them – scalability, ready-to-use functionality, and security, to name a few – it’s sometimes hard to figure out where to start for the specific scenario you have in ...
  • • The Squishy Side of Open Source
    A few months back my friend Keeley Hammond and I did a workshop for Women Who Code Portland called The Squishy Side of Open Source. We'd done a number of workshops before on how to use Git and the Command Line, and I've done a documentary film with Rob Conery called Get Involved In Tech: The Social Developer (watch it free!) but Keeley and I wanted...
  • • The Morning Brew #2531
    Software .NET Foundation February Update – .NET Foundation Information Upcoming HTTP API related changes in ASP.NET Core 2.1 – Miroslav Popovic Accessing Configuration in .NET Core Test Projects – Rick Strahl The Mysterious UI Hang Which Resolved Itself After 20s – Alois Kraus Windows Service hosting ASP.NET Core Web API ...
  • • The Morning Brew #2530
    Information ASP.NET Core WebHooks – Secret Values – Adam Storr Paramore Brighter: Implementing a fallback exception handler – Colin Angus Mackay .NET ZLib Implementation – Alberto M Using PowerShell to Deploy to Azure Functions with Run-From-Zip – Doug Finke Hands-free Security Scanning within .NET Applications –...
  • • Last week in Azure: Azure SDK for Go GA, and more
    On Wednesday, Microsoft CVP, Charlotte Yarkoni announced Microsoft for Startups, a new program that delivers access to technology, go-to-market and community benefits that helps startups grow their customer and revenue base. Of note, the program provides startups with up to $120,000 in free Azure credits, enterprise grade technical support and deve...
  • • The Morning Brew #2529
    Software Chocolatey GUI v0.16.0 released – Gary Ewan Park Information My Microservices FAQ – Jimmy Bogard Using Value Objects to represent technical concerns – Vladimir Khorikov The mysterious case of the 1 minute pauses – Remi Lemarchand Creating Reusable View Components in ASP.NET Core – Peter Vogel Programmatic nuan...
  • • Surface Book 2 Developer Impressions and the Magic of USB-C
    I recently got a updated laptop for work, a 15" Surface Book 2. It's quickly become my go-to machine, and I'm often finding myself using it more than my main desktop machine. I considered myself reasonably familiar with the Surface product line as I bought a Surface Pro 3 a few years back for myself (not a work machine), but I am genuinely impresse...
  • • The Morning Brew #2527
    Software .NET Framework February 2018 Security and Quality Rollup – Rich Lander Information Optimising ASP.NET Core apps in Docker – avoiding manually copying csproj files – Andrew Lock Store complex objects in ASP.NET Core Session – Talking Dotnet Quiz: How ref returns work in C# 7.2 – Andrea Angella Infrastructure as...
  • • .NET Framework February 2018 Security and Quality Rollup
    Today, we are releasing the February 2018 Security and Quality Rollup. Security No new security fixes. See .NET Framework January 2018 Security and Quality Rollup for the latest security updates. Quality and Reliability This release contains the following quality and reliability improvements. It includes the same quality improvements that were...
  • • Machine Learning in .NET – Help us build the right experience!
    In the past few years, Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have paved the road for building smarter applications through advancements in speech recognition, computer vision, intelligent search and much more. So far the ability to build models has largely been limited to data scientists, as a part of the .NET platform moving forwa...
  • • The Morning Brew #2526
    Software Announcing ASP.NET MVC 5.2.4, Web API 5.2.4, and Web Pages 3.2.4 – Daniel Roth Azure Redis Cache geo-replication is now generally available – Ye Gu Information Top secret .NET handles – Part 2 – Ref-Counted handles – Yi Zhang Validate Model State automatically in ASP.NET Core 2.0 – Talking Dotnet Managin...
  • • Announcing ASP.NET MVC 5.2.4, Web API 5.2.4, and Web Pages 3.2.4
    Today we released stable packages for ASP.NET MVC 5.2.4, Web API 5.2.4, and Web Pages 3.2.4 on NuGet. This release contains some minor bug fixes and a couple of new features specifically targeted at enabling .NET Standard support for the ASP.NET Web API Client. You can read about the .NET Standard support for the ASP.NET Web API Client in the earli...

.NET videók

  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Feb 6, 2018 - Blazor UpdateASP.NET Community Standup - Feb 6, 2018 - Blazor Update
  • csgo.net ЛУЧШИЙ САЙТ В ИСТОРИИ ДРОПА????ПРОВЕРИМ!!!csgo.net ЛУЧШИЙ САЙТ В ИСТОРИИ ДРОПА????ПРОВЕРИМ!!!
  • ОТКРЫЛ 100 КЕЙСОВ COFFI ! CSGO.NET ! ОТКРЫТИЕ КЕЙСОВ НА САЙТЕ КС ГО НЕТ ! OPEN CASE CS GOОТКРЫЛ 100 КЕЙСОВ COFFI ! CSGO.NET ! ОТКРЫТИЕ КЕЙСОВ НА САЙТЕ КС ГО НЕТ ! OPEN CASE CS GO
  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Feb 14, 2018 - Razor Pages updates from DamianASP.NET Community Standup - Feb 14, 2018 - Razor Pages updates from Damian
  • SmartHotel360 Sample App: Backend Microservices (.NET, Node.js, Java & Kubernetes)SmartHotel360 Sample App: Backend Microservices (.NET, Node.js, Java & Kubernetes)
  • DevTalk#72: Live with Michele Leroux Bustamante and Gill Cleeren (.NET Developer Days 2017)DevTalk#72: Live with Michele Leroux Bustamante and Gill Cleeren (.NET Developer Days 2017)
  • ASP.NET Community Standup - Feb 20, 2018 - Razor UI in Class Libraries with Javier Calvarro NelsonASP.NET Community Standup - Feb 20, 2018 - Razor UI in Class Libraries with Javier Calvarro Nelson
  • Developing a Gradient Color wallpaper application in  C# .Net with  Bunifu UIDeveloping a Gradient Color wallpaper application in C# .Net with Bunifu UI
  • Why I’m Not Leaving .NET - Mark RendleWhy I’m Not Leaving .NET - Mark Rendle
  • Message Broker & .Net Core - Introdução ao RabbitMQMessage Broker & .Net Core - Introdução ao RabbitMQ

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Népszerű hírek - .NET

  • • How to Build a Kubernetes Cluster with ARM Raspberry Pi then run .NET Core on OpenFaas
    First, why would you do this? Why not. It's awesome. It's a learning experience. It's cheaper to get 6 pis than six "real computers." It's somewhat portable. While you can certainly quickly and easily build a Kubernetes Cluster in the cloud within your browser using a Cloud Shell, there's something more visceral about learning it this way, IMHO. Ad...
  • • Why should I care about Kubernetes, Docker, and Container Orchestration?
    A person at work chatted me, commenting on my recent blog posts on the Raspberry Pi Kuberentes Clusters that are being built, and wondered "why should I care about Kubernetes or Docker or any of that stuff?" Great question, and I'm figuring it out myself. There's lots of resources out there but none that spoke my language, so here's my thoughts a...
  • • The Book of the Runtime – The internals of the .NET Runtime that you won’t find in the documentation
    The Microsoft Docs at https://docs.microsoft.com are really fantastic lately. All the .NET Docs are on GitHub https://github.com/dotnet/docs/ and you can contribute to them. However, in the world of software engineering (here some a bad, mixed metaphor) there's instructions on how to use a faucet and there's instructions on how to build and design ...
  • • How to set up Kubernetes on Windows 10 with Docker for Windows and run ASP.NET Core
    Docker for Windows is really coming along nicely. They have both a Stable and Edge channel and the Edge (beta, experimental) one just included a lovely new feature - Kubernetes support. Per their docs, Kubernetes is only available in Docker for Windows 18.02 CE Edge. They set most everything up nicely and put Kubectl into your path and setup a cont...
  • • Tabs vs Spaces – A peaceful resolution with EditorConfig in Visual Studio. Plus .NET Extensions!
    The culture wars continue. The country is divided with no end in sight. Tabs or spaces? There's even an insane (IMHO) assertion that the spaces people make more money. I'm going with Gina Trapani on this one. I choose working code. @ftrain I choose the 3rd option: working code— Gina Trapani ️‍ (@ginatrapani) December 27, 2015 Te...
  • • The 2017 Christmas List of Best STEM Toys for kids
    In 2016 and 2015 I made a list of best Christmas STEM Toys for kids! If I may say so, they are still good lists today, so do check them out. Be aware I use Amazon referral links so I get a little kickback (and you support this blog!) when you use these links. I'll be using the pocket money to...wait for it...buy STEM toys for kids! So thanks in adv...
  • • Docker and Linux Containers on Windows, with or without Hyper-V Virtual Machines
    Containers are lovely, in case you haven't heard. They are a nice and clean way to get a reliable and guaranteed deployment, no matter the host system. If I want to run my my ASP.NET Core application, I can just type "docker run -p 5000:80 shanselman/demos" at the command line, and it'll start up! I don't have any concerns that it won't run. It'll...
  • • Windows Developer Day Returns!
    Windows Developer Day is back! Join us on October 10, starting at 9:30 AM PDT via live stream, or attend a viewing party in your area (location list below), as we explore what’s new in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update for developers. The day’s schedule features an introductory keynote by Kevin Gallo and membe...
  • • Spend less time CD’ing around directories with the PowerShell Z shortcut
    Everyone has a trick for moving around their computer faster. It might be a favorite shell, a series of aliases or shortcuts. I like using popd and pushd to quickly go deep into a directory structure and return exactly where I was. Another fantastic utility is simply called "Z." There is a shell script for Z at https://github.com/rupa/z that's for ...
  • • Running BBS Door Games on Windows 10 with GameSrv, DOSBox, plus telnet fun with WSL
    I continue to enjoy seeing what can be done with WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) but even more fun is combining CMD.exe (the Windows console), Ubuntu on Windows (WSL), and DOSBox (an x86 emulator that lets you run OLD programs in original DOS that no longer run natively on Windows). What kind of cool stuff can I do today? I did a lightning talk t...
  • • WebOptimizer – a Bundler and Minifier for ASP.NET Core
    ASP.NET Core didn't have a runtime bundler like previous versions of ASP.NET. This was a bummer as I was a fan. Fortunately Mads Kristensen created one and put it on GitHub, called WebOptimizer. WebOptimizer - ASP.NET Core middleware for bundling and minification of CSS and JavaScript files at runtime. With full server-side and client-side caching...
  • • Accelerated 3D VR, sure, but impress me with a nice ASCII progress bar or spinner
    I'm glad you have a 1080p 60fps accelerated graphics setup, but I'm old school. Impress me with a really nice polished ASCII progress bar or spinner! I received two tips this week about cool .NET Core ready progress bars so I thought I'd try them out. ShellProgressBar by Martijn Laarman This one is super cool. It even supports child progress bars f...
  • • Learning about the F# SAFE stack – Suave.io, Azure, Fable, Elmish
    Last month I looked at a Functional Web with ASP.NET Core and F#'s Giraffe. Giraffe is F# middleware that takes ASP.NET Core's pipeline in a new direction with a functional perspective. However, Giraffe isn't the only F# web stack to choose from! There's Freya, WebSharper, and there's also a very interesting and quite complete story with The SAFE S...
  • • Setting up a managed container cluster with AKS and Kubernetes in the Azure Cloud running .NET Core in minutes
    After building a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Cluster, I wanted to see how quickly I could get up to speed on Kubernetes in Azure. I installed the Azure CLI (Command Line Interface) in a few minutes - works on Windows, Mac or Linux. I also remembered that I don't really need to install anything locally. I could just use the Azure Cloud Shell directly f...
  • • Announcing the Windows Compatibility Pack for .NET Core
    Porting existing code to .NET Core used to be quite hard because the available API set was very small. In .NET Core 2.0, we already made this much easier, thanks to .NET Standard 2.0. Today, we’re happy to announce that we made it even easier with the Windows Compatibility Pack, which provides access to an additional 20,000 APIs via...

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