Creating your first CRUD app with Suave and F#

In this article, you’ll be driven through the Suave server by developing a complete CRUD REST API.

How to use Unity's Remote Config

You can use Unity’s Remote Config utility to update settings for users. Lance Talbert walks you through using the utility including a JSON example.

Building cross-platform apps with .NET and Uno

You can use Xamarin to develop .NET apps to run on iOS or Android instead of Windows. In this article, Julio Sampaio demonstrates the Uno Platform. You can build cross-platform applications using Uno which has even more options.

How to Build a REST API in .NET Core

A REST API can hide the complexity behind large scale solutions using simple verbs like POST, PUT, or PATCH. In this article, Camilo Reyes explains how to create a REST API in .NET Core.

Securing Web Application Secrets Through Azure Key Vault

Azure Key Vault is a service for storing securely certificates, credentials, connection strings, and more. In this article, Rishit Mishra walks through how to use the service to secure a connection string for an application.

Getting Started with Microsoft Graph API

The Microsoft Graph API allows access to Microsoft cloud resources such as Office365 and Enterprise Mobility and Security Services. In this article, Julio Sampaio demonstrates the Graph Explorer and builds an example that sends an email.

Building and consuming GraphQL API in ASP.NET Core 3.1

GraphQL is an open source query language, originally developed by FaceBook. In this article, Joydip Kanjilal explains more about GraphQL and walks through a sample app.

Tackle Big-O Notation in .NET Core - Simple Talk

Every computer science student must learn about Big-O Notation, a way to conceptualize algorithm complexity that directly relates to performance of the algorithm. In this article, Camilo Reyes demonstrates how to apply Big-O algorithms to .NET Core applications.

Creating Templates with Liquid in ASP.NET Core - Simple Talk

In this article, Julio Sampaio explains how to use Liquid, an open-source template language, in an ASP.NET Core application.