Category: .NET Development

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Introducing App Service Static Web Apps

Source: dotNET Weekly - Week undefined Year undefined

Category: .NET Development

Published: 20/05/2020 04:24

Announcing Entity Framework Core 5.0 Preview 4

Today we are excited to announce the fourth preview release of Entity Framework Core (EF Core) 5.0. The fourth previews of .NET 5 and ASP.NET Core 5.0 are also available now. Be sure to check out the full release of Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0! The post...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 20:20

ML.NET Model Builder is now a part of Visual Studio

ML.NET is a cross-platform, machine learning framework for .NET developers. Model Builder is the UI tooling in Visual Studio that uses Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) to train and consume custom ML.NET models in your .NET apps. You can use ML.NET...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 20:00

Windows Forms Designer for .NET Core Released

Today we’re happy to announce that the Windows Forms designer for .NET Core projects is now available as a preview in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.6! We also have a newer version of the designer available in Visual Studio 16.7 Preview 1! The post Wi...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 20:00

Expanding Visual Studio 2019 support for Visual Studio Codespaces

Now more than ever, developers are juggling multiple projects at work and at home. New features, bug fixes, PR reviews, & prototypes all compete for time and attention on limited resources. Visual Studio Codespaces provides hosted development environ...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 15:30

Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.6 is now available

Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.6 is available today and includes an integrated terminal, support for Blazor WebAssembly, updated identity libraries, and support for building and running gRPC projects. Are you ready for the latest version of Vis...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 15:04

Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 now available

I’m thrilled to announce that Blazor WebAssembly is now officially released. This is a fully-featured and supported release of Blazor WebAssembly that is ready for production use. Full stack web development with .NET is now here! Get started Getting ...

Source: ASP.NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 15:02

ASP.NET Core updates in .NET 5 Preview 4

.NET 5 Preview 4 is now available and is ready for evaluation! .NET 5 will be a current release. Get started To get started with ASP.NET Core in .NET 5.0 Preview4 install the .NET 5.0 SDK. If you’re on Windows using Visual Studio, The post ASP.NET Co...

Source: ASP.NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 15:00

Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI

You can build anything with .NET. It’s one of the main reasons millions of developers choose .NET as the platform for their careers, and companies invest for their businesses. With .NET 5 we begin our journey of unifying the .NET platform, The post I...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 15:00

Releasing Today! Visual Studio 2019 v16.6 & v16.7 Preview 1

Microsoft Build 2020 begins today! Our entire Visual Studio team has been eagerly awaiting this virtual event as it represents great effort and dedication from all of our team members and partners. We anticipate the announcements and demonstrations s...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 14:46

Live Share, now with chat and audio support!

Enjoy a comprehensive collaboration experience with Live Share chat and audio. These preview features are available in the upcoming week for Visual Studio Code and Live Share web clients. Learn more about how you can use this feature in your favorite...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 14:30

Announcing .NET 5 Preview 4 and our journey to one .NET

.NET 5 is the next version and future of .NET. We are continuing the journey of unifying the .NET platform, with a single framework that extends from cloud to desktop to mobile and beyond. Looking back, we took the best of .NET Framework and put that...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 19/05/2020 13:58

Conway's Game of Life with Blazor

Source: dotNET Weekly - Week undefined Year undefined

Category: .NET Development

Published: 18/05/2020 05:16

Mystery of The French Thousands Separator

I enjoy writing silly chat bots. To indulge my silliness, I’ve been exploring the Microsoft Bot Framework. Overall, it’s a pretty good framework, but I’ve had some weird bugs here and there. It’s unclear to me if they’re my fault or not. So to dig in...

Source: You’ve Been Haacked

Category: .NET Development

Published: 17/05/2020 00:00

Roundup #72: Succinct C#, IHostedService Shutdown Timeout, try-convert, Coupling, Cohesion, and Microservices

Writing More Succinct C# When looking at a lot of C# code nowadays, I find myself thinking “wow, that code could be made SO MUCH SMALLER!”. C# is a very flexible language, allowing you to write clean and functional code, but also very bloated code. L...

Source: CodeOpinion

Category: .NET Development

Published: 15/05/2020 01:34

Why use DTOs (Data Transfer Objects)?

Should you really use DTOs (Data Transfer Objects)? Seem like a lot of work mapping your database entities to another object? Why Bother? The simple answer is coupling. Data Transfer Objects First, what are DTOs? When people refer to Data Transfer Ob...

Source: CodeOpinion

Category: .NET Development

Published: 13/05/2020 23:13

Building a Progressive Web App with Blazor

A Progressive Web Application (PWA) is a Single Page Application (SPA) that uses modern browser APIs and capabilities to behave like a desktop app. Blazor WebAssembly (now in preview) includes support for Progressive Web Applications. Today, I want t...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 13/05/2020 22:02

.NET Core May 2020 Updates – 2.1.18 and 3.1.4

Today, we are releasing the .NET Core May 2020 Update. These updates contain security and reliability fixes. See the individual release notes for details on updated packages. NOTE: If you are a Visual Studio user, there are MSBuild version requiremen...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 12/05/2020 22:57

.NET Framework May 2020 Security and Quality Rollup Updates

Today, we are releasing the May 2020 Security and Quality Rollup Updates for .NET Framework. Security CVE-2020-0605 – .NET Framework Remote Code Execution Vulnerability A remote code execution vulnerability exists in .NET software when the software f...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 12/05/2020 17:13

.NET Portability Analyzer

In order to migrate your application from .NET Framework to .NET Core, one part of the migration is making sure your existing code that targets the .NET Framework BCL (Base Class Library) also works with the .NET Core BCL. This is where the .NET Port...

Source: CodeOpinion

Category: .NET Development

Published: 07/05/2020 00:12

Using ML.NET for deep learning on images in Azure

Introduction In March 2020, ML.NET added support for training Image Classification models in Azure. Although the image classification scenario was released in late 2019, users were limited by the resources on their local compute environments. Trainin...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 06/05/2020 18:45

Configuring Azure Services and emulators using Visual Studio

Starting with Visual Studio 16.6 Preview 2 the Connected Services tab offers a new experience called Service Dependencies. You can use it to connect your app to Azure services such as Azure SQL, Storage, Key Vault and many others. Wherever possible l...

Source: ASP.NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 06/05/2020 18:17

Student Spotlight: Outside the Fox thinking outside of the box

By Noel Painter In 2018 two roommates began a Computer Graphics and Game Development degree at Charles University in Prague with no prior game development experience. They dove headfirst into the world of game development because their first assignme...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 04/05/2020 16:54

Roundup #71: C# Source Generators, MsQuic, CoreBoy, Channels

Introducing C# Source Generators We’re pleased to introduce the first preview of Source Generators, a new C# compiler feature that lets C# developers inspect user code and generate new C# source files that can be added to a compilation. This is done ...

Source: CodeOpinion

Category: .NET Development

Published: 30/04/2020 23:26

Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 Release Candidate now available

The Blazor WebAssembly Release Candidate is here! This release contains all of the features and improvements that we expect to release for the upcoming Blazor WebAssembly release. There are no more breaking changes planned at this point. Please give ...

Source: ASP.NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 30/04/2020 18:21

Introducing Visual Studio Codespaces: cloud-hosted development for wherever you’re working

As we’ve all been adopting practices like social distancing and remote working, development teams have become more distributed. Our own team has been facing some of the challenges that are part of this transition, and it has motivated us to double do...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 30/04/2020 17:02

Migrating to ASP.NET Core

In the quest to migrate to .NET Core, the first step at the time (a couple of years ago) was to start migrating to ASP.NET Core from using Katana (Owin). This seemed like a logical first step as ASP.NET Core 2.x could run on .NET Framework as well as...

Source: CodeOpinion

Category: .NET Development

Published: 30/04/2020 00:09

Introducing C# Source Generators

We’re pleased to introduce the first preview of Source Generators, a new C# compiler feature that lets C# developers inspect user code and generate new C# source files that can be added to a compilation. This is done via a new kind of component that ...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 29/04/2020 20:46

Exception Helper – Rethrown Exceptions

Ever had a bug in an async method that caused an exception? Been frustrated that the debugger doesn’t show you where that exception happened? Or been frustrated when looking at an exception that has an inner exception, but the debugger doesn’t easily...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 28/04/2020 17:00

Work flow of diagnosing memory performance issues – Part 2

Work flow of diagnosing memory performance issues – Part 0 Work flow of diagnosing memory performance issues – Part 1 Work flow of diagnosing memory performance issues – Part 2 (this post) In this blog post I’ll talk a bit about how to spend time wis...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 27/04/2020 20:02

Roundup #70: Coyote, DetectDuplicates, YARP, .NET 5, Lambda?

Coyote: Making it easier for developers to build reliable asynchronous software For developers, writing bug-free software that doesn’t crash is getting difficult in an increasingly competitive world where software needs to ship before it becomes obso...

Source: CodeOpinion

Category: .NET Development

Published: 24/04/2020 02:27

Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 Preview 5 release now available

A new preview update of Blazor WebAssembly is now available! Here’s what’s new in this release: Read configuration during startup Configure HTTP fetch request options Honor existing web.config when publishing Attach tokens to outgoing requests Suppor...

Source: ASP.NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 23/04/2020 20:41

ASP.NET Core updates in .NET 5 Preview 3

.NET 5 Preview3 is now available and is ready for evaluation! .NET 5 will be a current release. Get started To get started with ASP.NET Core in .NET 5.0 Preview3 install the .NET 5.0 SDK. If you’re on Windows using Visual Studio, The post ASP.NET Cor...

Source: ASP.NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 23/04/2020 17:20

Creating and Packaging a .NET Standard library

In this post we will cover how you can create a .NET Standard library and then share that with other developers via NuGet. We will be demonstrating this with Visual Studio for Mac, but you can also follow along with Visual Studio, The post Creating a...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 22/04/2020 19:06

Referencing a Specific Assembly from a NuGet Package

In this post, I’ll describe a little trick I used while building a Rider plugin for XAML Styler, which is referencing a specific assembly from a NuGet package.

Source: Maarten Balliauw {blog}

Category: .NET Development

Published: 22/04/2020 04:44

Migrating from .NET Framework to .NET Core

Over the course of several years, I’ve been slowly migrating a 5-year-old system built on top of .NET Framework (v4.8). In this blog series, I’m going to describe each step of the migration, as there were many, in order to get the system running enti...

Source: CodeOpinion

Category: .NET Development

Published: 21/04/2020 20:59

Help us shape the future of deep learning in .NET

Deep learning is a subset of machine learning used for tasks such as image classification, object detection, and natural language processing. It uses algorithms known as neural networks to learn and make predictions on image, sound, or text data. Neu...

Source: .NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 21/04/2020 17:32

Global Exception Handling in ASP.NET Core Web API

Source: dotNET Weekly - Week undefined Year undefined

Category: .NET Development

Published: 17/04/2020 01:54

Publish VSCode extension using GitHub Actions

Source: dotNET Weekly - Week undefined Year undefined

Category: .NET Development

Published: 17/04/2020 01:53

Consuming GraphQL in C#

Source: dotNET Weekly - Week undefined Year undefined

Category: .NET Development

Published: 17/04/2020 01:52

GitHub is now free for teams

Source: dotNET Weekly - Week undefined Year undefined

Category: .NET Development

Published: 17/04/2020 01:51

When to Mock

Source: dotNET Weekly - Week undefined Year undefined

Category: .NET Development

Published: 17/04/2020 01:50

Creating a CRUD API with Node, Express, and gRPC

Source: dotNET Weekly - Week undefined Year undefined

Category: .NET Development

Published: 17/04/2020 01:43

Roundup #69: ASP.NET Core Urls & Ports, Tye, Orleans, and Diagnostics

After a bit of a break, the .NET Roundups are back! This week, it’s almost as if Andrew Lock was working on the exact same I was as he had two posts back to back that solved two issues I was having. Incredible timing and as always great content from ...

Source: CodeOpinion

Category: .NET Development

Published: 17/04/2020 01:15

It’s Time To Break to Build

Marc Andreessen wrote a recent cri de cœur to start building to solve the biggest problems we have. I believe the overall sentiment is a good one.

Source: You’ve Been Haacked

Category: .NET Development

Published: 17/04/2020 00:00

Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 Preview 4 release now available

A new preview update of Blazor WebAssembly is now available! Here’s what’s new in this release: Access host environment during startup Logging improvements Brotli precompression Load assemblies and runtime in parallel Simplify IL linker config for ap...

Source: ASP.NET Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 16/04/2020 17:25

See What’s New in Visual Studio 2019 v16.6 Preview 3!

Today we are excited to reveal some new features in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.6 Preview 3. Despite our challenges of learning how to work from home such as interruptions by kids, pets and internet blips, we continue to deliver new features to you...

Source: Visual Studio Blog

Category: .NET Development

Published: 16/04/2020 16:42

 

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