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In the second episode of the MVP Show, intrepid host Seth Juarez traveled to Heidelberg, Germany to meet with Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP Dominick Baier. Dominick is one of the developers responsible for the Identity Server open source project.
This guest post was written by Mike Rousos
ASP.NET Core supports diagnostic logging through the Microsoft.Extensions.Logging package. This logging solution (which is used throughout ASP.NET Core, including internally by the Kestrel host) is highly extensible. There’s already documentation available to help developers get started with ASP.NET Core logging,
**Update 5-10-2017: **The first release of Visual Studio 2017 Tools for Azure Functions is now available to try
We’ve been humbled by the intense interest in Visual Studio tools for Azure Functions since we shipped our initial preview for Visual Studio 2015 last fall.
Today we are happy to announce the release of SignalR 2.2.2-preview1.
SignalR 2.2.2 is a servicing release, including some highly requested updates and bug fixes.
Here are the highlights of the release:
Support for Service Bus 3 (https://github.com/SignalR/SignalR/issues/3548)
NetStandard version of the client (https://github.com/SignalR/SignalR/issues/3851)
A bunch of work making Redis Scaleout more reliable
Here is a full list of issues fixed in this update.
This post was written and submitted by Michael Rousos
In several previous posts, I discussed a customer scenario I ran into recently that required issuing bearer tokens from an ASP.NET Core authentication server and then validating those tokens in a separate ASP.NET Core web service which may not have access to the authentication server.