In this article, we will discuss how you would deploy .NET Core APIs as a service using AWS Lambda and how to call it from an Angular application as an endpoint.
We've highlighted 5 criteria to consider when choosing .NET Core reporting software: Data management; Features; Delivery; Ad-hoc reporting; Support; ActiveReports offers all of these options in a single, integrated, reporting tool.
Overview of the basic commands available in the .NET Core Command Line Interface (CLI). Lean how to create a new project, restore packages, run and build.
Learn how to implement optimistic concurrency when using Azure's NoSQL DocumentDB in .NET Core and C#.
How to add an embedded resources such as data or images files to be include in your to a .NET Core (.csproj) application.
Andrew Lock and I discuss migrating web applications from .NET Framework to .NET Core. We also chat a little bit about the naming of .NET 5.
Here are the 3 major parts to migrating a web application to .NET Framework to .NET.
Migrating to .NET Core? Use the .NET Portability Analyzer to determine code that isn't supported by .NET Core or .NET Standard.
As a ASP.NET Core developer you are familiar with .NET Command Line Interface (CLI). You must have also used CLI tools such as dotnet-ef while building ASP.NET Core web apps. In addition to using built-in CLI tools you can create your own tools that can be used with .NET CLI.
The article shows how an ASP.NET Core application could implement a sign in and a sign out with two different Azure App registrations which could also be implemented using separate identity providers (tenants).
In this post, we will see how to deploy a .NET Core application to AWS EC2 instance which we can deliver by configuring NGINX as a reverse proxy.
The updated GetGCMemoryInfo API in .NET 5.0 and how it can help you. In .NET 3.0 we introduced a GC.GetGCMemoryInfo API for library code to get memory load related things (this was used in ArrayPool for example) so it exposed things library folks wanted at the time.
Read about the new features that are in Windows Forms in .NET 6.0 Preview 5. In this post we are going to talk about what’s new in Windows Forms runtime in .NET 6.0 Preview 5.
Announcing .NET 6 Preview 5. We are thrilled to release .NET 6 Preview 5. We’re now in the second-half of the .NET 6 release, and starting to see significant features coming together.
In this blog, we are going to walk through how to convert an ASP.NET Core with Angular (2 to 9+) web application to a desktop app. We are going to achieve this using Electron.NET dll build file. Electron supports building cross-platform desktop applications with web technologies.
.NET April 2021 Updates – .NET Core 3.1.14 and .NET Core 2.1.27. Today, we are releasing .NET Core 3.1.14 and .NET Core 2.1.27 April updates. These updates contains reliability and other non-security improvements. See our April blog post for details on all April servicing releases.
Date, Time, and Time Zone Enhancements in .NET 6. ’m excited to share with you some of the improvements that have been made to .NET that are coming in .NET 6 in the area of dates, times, and time zones.
Present and Verify Verifiable Credentials in ASP.NET Core using Decentralized Identities and MATTR. This article shows how use verifiable credentials stored on a digital wallet to verify a digital identity and use in an application.
.NET March 2021 Updates – 5.0.4, 3.1.13, 2.1.26. We are releasing the .NET March 2021 Updates. These updates contains reliability and security improvements. Microsoft is releasing this security advisory to provide information about a vulnerability in .NET 5.0, .NET Core 3.1 and .NET Core 2.1.
.NET Core 2.1 will reach End of Support on August 21, 2021. .NET Core 2.1 will be reaching end of support on August 21, 2021. After this date, Microsoft will no longer provide updates (which includes security fixes) or technical support for this version.