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WhereYouAt DemoBuild 2016: Building the Front-end

In my previous post, I went over the user interface and application requirements. Let’s quickly revisit the project requirements: Get Coordinates In this app, I am getting the user location with a button using an onclick event handler. In order to grab the user's coordinates, I used the Geolocation API . Let’s have ...

WhereYouAt Demo from Build 2016: Demo Flow and UI

Where You At Demo was a cool little live demo that our team put together for Build 2016. This demo showed off ASP.NET Core applications running in any cloud.  Here's the video of Scott's session from the beginning of this demo: Team & Responsibility Scott Hanselman : Demo visionary and presenter , Azure load balancer, and ...

Notes from the ASP.NET Community Standup – April 5, 2016

This is the next in a series of blog posts that will cover the topics discussed in the ASP.NET Community Standup. The community standup is a short video-based discussion with some of the leaders of the ASP.NET development teams covering the accomplishments of the team on the new ASP.NET Core framework over the previous week. Within 30 minutes...

The week in .NET – 4/5/2016

To read last week's post, see The week in .NET – 3/29/2016. On.NET Last week was a thrilling one for the .NET community, with lots of exciting announcements made at the Build conference. We decided to move the show to avoid being in direct competition with Build's live stream. On Monday, we recorded a show with John Kemnetz on the new ...
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Build 2016 Wrap up

We had an amazing time at the Build 2016 conference last week.  We learned a lot from you our customers and we hope you learned a lot in our sessions.  However, we don't want to limit the Build content to the folks that made it to San Francisco last week.  Here's some of the great sessions that you can watch now from Channel 9 about ASP.NET...

What’s New for C# and VB in Visual Studio

This week at Build 2016, we released Visual Studio 2015 Update 2 and Visual Studio “15” Preview. Both releases include many new language features that you can try today. It’s safe to install both versions of Visual Studio on the same machine so that you can check out all of the new features for yourself. New C# and VB features in ...
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.NET at Build 2016 – Open, Cross-platform and FREE

Wow! Could you imagine your ecosystem being this good? It is. Today, at Build 2016, we surprised a lot of people with some amazing announcements. If you were watching, you could tell that Scott Guthrie was having a lot of fun on stage. The announcements ranged from device to cloud, including a lot of open source and a lot of FREE! For .NET ...
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