I recently worked with a couple customers migrating applications to .NET Core that had to make code changes to workaround BeginInvoke and EndInvoke methods on delegates not being supported on .NET Core. In this post, we’ll look at why these APIs aren’t implemented for .NET Core,
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This post was written by Vaijanath Angadihiremath, a software engineer on the .NET team.
This tutorial is for users who already have a group of ASP.NET Core services which they want to host as microservices in Azure using Azure Service Fabric.
This post was written by Alina Popa, a software engineer on the .NET team.
Updated 10/5/2016: This post has been updated to use improved Entity Framework Core techniques which don’t rely on internal APIs.
Implementing Seeding, Custom Conventions and Interceptors in EF Core 1.0
Entity Framework Core (EF Core) is a lightweight and extensible version of the Entity Framework (EF) data access technology which is cross-platform and supports multiple database providers.
One of the great things about ASP.NET Core is its extensibility. The behavior of an ASP.NET Core app’s HTTP request handling pipeline can be easily customized by specifying different middleware components. This allows developers to plug in request handlers like MVC middleware,