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Configuring HTTPS in ASP.NET Core across different platforms

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. In this blog post we're going to go ...

Improve website performance by optimizing images

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. If we can reduce the file size of the images then we can significantly reduce the weight of the website. This is important for various ...

Orchard Core Beta 1 released

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, namely Orchard Core Beta 1. What is Orchard Core? If you know what Orchard and .NET Core...

Announcing .NET 4.7.1 Tools for the Cloud

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. A Package-First Approach With previous versions of ...

Announcing the Windows Compatibility Pack for .NET Core

Porting existing code to .NET Core used to be quite hard because the available API set was very small. In .NET Core 2.0, we already made this much easier, thanks to .NET Standard 2.0. Today, we're happy to announce that we made it even easier with the Windows Compatibility Pack, which provides access to an additional 20,000 APIs via a single...

UPDATE – Microservices and Docker containers: Architecture, Patterns and Development guidance (Updated for .NET Core 2.0)

Nov. 15th 2017 update Earlier this year, we published this eBook/guide and sample application offering guidance for architecting microservices and Docker containers based applications. We have recently published updates to the eBook (2nd edition) and sample application to bring them in line with the latest releases of .NET Core 2.0 and many ...
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UPDATE – Web Applications with ASP.NET Core Architecture and Patterns guidance (Updated for ASP.NET Core 2)

Nov. 15th 2017 update Earlier this year, we published an eBook/Guide and sample application offering guidance named Architecting Modern Web Applications with ASP.NET Core and Microsoft Azure. We have recently published updates to the eBook (2nd edition) and sample application to bring them in line with the latest releases of ASP.NET Core 2.0...
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Introducing Tensor for multi-dimensional Machine Learning and AI data

Overview Tensor is an exchange type for homogenous multi-dimensional data for 1 to N dimensions. The motivation behind introducing Tensor<T> is to make it easy for Machine Learning library vendors like CNTK, Tensorflow, Caffe, Scikit-Learn to port their libraries over to .NET with minimal dependencies in place.  Tensor<T> is ...

Introducing Nullable Reference Types in C#

Today we released a prototype of a C# feature called "nullable reference types", which is intended to help you find and fix most of your null-related bugs before they blow up at runtime. We would love for you to install the prototype and try it out on your code! (Or maybe a copy of it! 😄) Your feedback is going to help us get the feature ...

Announcing F# support for .NET Core and .NET Standard projects in Visual Studio

We're pleased to announce that Visual Studio 2017 15.5 Preview 4 now supports F# projects targeting .NET Core, .NET Standard, and .NET Framework through the .NET Core SDK. Some of you have noticed various levels of this support in the first, second, and third previews. We still had a few work items left to complete when those were released, so...

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