As the web moves to be more secure by default it’s more important than ever to make sure your websites have HTTPS enabled. And if you’re going to use HTTPS in production its a good idea to develop with HTTPS enabled so that your development environment is as close to your production environment as possible.
We all want our web applications to load as fast as possible to give the best possible experience to the users. One of the steps to achieve that is to make sure the images we use are as optimized as possible.
This is a guest post by Sebastien Ros on behalf of the Orchard community
Two years ago, the Orchard community started developing Orchard on .NET Core. After 1,500 commits, 297,000 lines of code, 127 projects, we think it’s time to release a public version,
Today we are releasing a set of providers for ASP.NET 4.7.1 that make it easier than ever to deploy your applications to cloud services and take advantage of cloud-scale features. This release includes a new CosmosDb provider for session state and a collection of configuration builders.
We’re excited to announce several improvements to the Azure Functions experience in Visual Studio as part of the latest update to the Azure Functions tools on top of Visual Studio 2017 v15.5.
New Function project dialog, including storage account support
.NET Core support
Manage Azure app settings
Detect mismatching functions runtime versions
New Function project dialog
To make it easier to get up and running with Azure Functions,
This is a guest post by Mike Rousos
One of the benefits of containers is their small size, which allows them to be more quickly deployed and more efficiently packed onto a host than virtual machines could be. This post highlights some recent advances in Windows container technology and .NET Core technology that allow ASP.NET Core Windows Docker images to be reduced in size dramatically.
We know virtual machines (VMs) are one of the most popular places to run apps in Azure, but publishing to a VM from Visual Studio has been a tricky experience for some. So, we’re pleased to announce that in Visual Studio 15.5 we’ve added some improvements to the experience.