Posted by Chris Alcock on Thursday 5th May 2016 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Wednesday 4th May 2016 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- ASP.NET Community Standup – May 3rd, 2016 – Orchard CMS on .NET Core on Ubuntu – Yesterday’s ASP.NET Community Standup event video is available to watch on, featuring Scott Hanselman, Damian Edwards, Jon Galloway, and this week are joined by Seb Ros
- The week in .NET – 5/3/2016 – Bertrand Le Roy shares another instalment of ‘This Week in .NET’ with a highlighting of the Flurl library, the session recordings from the Xamain Evolve conference, along with a round up of various .NET news stories and articles.
- 14 Tools For Microsoft Azure Development – Terrence Dorsey highlights a collection of different tools which help make working with the Azure Platform even easier
- Increase Cloud Application Responsiveness With Azure Queues and WebJobs – Tim Murphy shares thoughts on using Azure Queues to receive work and WebJobs to process work with the end goal of helping improve your mobile applications responsiveness
- Using Roslyn code fixes to make the "Friction-less immutable objects in Bridge" even easier – Dan Roberts discusses the inclusion of Roslyn (.NET Compiler Platform) Analysers along with libraries to help give advice and best practice to users of your library, illustrating discussion with his Bridge.NET based Immutable Objects library.
- The design of RavenDB 4.0: Making Lucene reliable – Ayende discusses some of the problems that the RavenDB team have encountered with Lucene, and discusses how they are considering creating their own Lucene Directory implementation which backs onto their Voron storage engine to help address these issues.
- 30 Days of Zumo.v2 (Azure Mobile Apps): Day 14 – Linking Existing Tables & 30 Days of Zumo.v2 (Azure Mobile Apps): Day 15 – Understanding Offline Sync – Adrian Hall takes a look at linking to an existing table and making it available as a Mobile Table, exploring the field requirements, before moving on to look at the theory behind offline sync
- C# BAD PRACTICES: Learn how to make a good code by bad example – Part 2 – Radosław Sadowski takes a look at making code better, by exploring a variety of bad approaches along the way, showing thinking about why it is good/bad and evolving to the next version.
- Making a Game with Rx.js and Web Speech at Active Dublin 2016 – Part II & Making a Game With Rx.js and Web Speech at Active Dublin 2016 – Part III – Jaime González García shares the next two parts of this series looking at implementing a simple game during a hackathon event which makes use of Rx.JS and speech, exploring the Speech capabilities in Part 2 and more of the game and graphics in Part 3
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Posted by Chris Alcock on Tuesday 3rd May 2016 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- New and Noteworthy Extensions for Visual Studio – April 2016 – Michael Dick shares this month’s round up of some of the best new extensions for Visual Studio 2015, including a look at Visual C++ for Linux Development, and an extension which allows you to order pizza from within the IDE
- Introduction to .NET Framework Compatibility – Mike Rousos discusses the inplace update nature of the 4.x .NET updates, and how targeting, quirking and compatibility flags work.
- Building accessible websites just got a lot easier – Mads Kristensen highlights a new Visual Studio extension which hooks into the Browser Link functionality to perform checks against the running site for accessibility violations.
- WebForms can Gulp too – Using Node Tools with ASP.NET WebForms – Jeffrey T. Fritz takes a look at using NPM , Gulp and Bower along side ASP.NET WebForms applications, walking through the configuration.
- Where did my bundles go in ASP.NET Core? & npm and Gulp part 2 – Jeff Fritz also shares two new installments of his 10 minute tips series looking at using Node tools (and gulp) with ASP.NET Core
- The Good and the Bad of Programming Forms in Angular 2 – K Scott Allen takes a look at the forms programming experience in Angular 2, exploring the alternative ways of writing such code in the new version and the pros and cons of each technique.
- Angular 2 Localization with an ASP.NET Core MVC Service – Damien Bowden takes a look at performing localisation of an Angular based application using a service implemented in ASP.NET Core MVC to return the localisation data.
- Versioning NuGet packages in a continuous delivery world: part 1 | Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management – Matt Cooper discusses version numbers of packages when working using continuous delivery
- Your First Xbox One UWP App – Jason Roberts takes a look at the creation of Universal Windows Apps on the XBox One.
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