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ASP.NET Community Standup – September 8, 2015
ASP.NET Community Standup – September 8, 2015
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 5 framework over the previous week.  Within 30 minutes...
Integrating with Salesforce using ASP.NET WebHooks Preview
Integrating with Salesforce using ASP.NET WebHooks Preview
In the blog Introducing Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks Preview, we gave an overview of how to work with Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks. Out of the box we provide support for a variety of existing WebHooks providers such as Dropbox, GitHub, MailChimp, PayPal, Slack, Trello, and many more. Salesforce does not support classic WebHooks, but they do have ...
Integrating with Slack Using ASP.NET WebHooks Preview
Integrating with Slack Using ASP.NET WebHooks Preview
In the blog Introducing Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks Preview, we gave an overview of how to work with Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks. Slack provides an interesting model where you can set up a WebHook to be fired when a certain trigger word is used in one of their messaging channels. In addition, it is possible for the WebHook to send data back to ...
Introducing Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks Preview
Introducing Microsoft ASP.NET WebHooks Preview
We are very pleased to announce ASP.NET WebHooks preview as a new addition to the ASP.NET family. WebHooks is a lightweight HTTP pattern providing a simple pub/sub model for wiring together Web APIs and SaaS services. When an event happens in a service, a notification is sent in the form of an HTTP POST request to registered subscribers. The ...
AJAX Control Toolkit Critical Update
AJAX Control Toolkit Critical Update
Our friends at DevExpress have been hard at work on the AJAX Control toolkit and have an update available that should be installed to cover a critical security vulnerability that has existed prior to the v15.1.x version.Brian Cardinale discovered the security vulnerability, a directory traversal issue, and has a blog post describing the issue ...
MSBuild is going cross-platform with .NET Core!
MSBuild is going cross-platform with .NET Core!
We have some exciting new developments to share – an update on our open source development, our ongoing cross-platform work, and more. Going forward, we will post everything around MSBuild and build tools in general here on the .NET blog. You can still check out the many interesting tips and tricks that we earlier posted on the MSBuild ...
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Announcing Availability of ASP.NET 5 Beta7
Announcing Availability of ASP.NET 5 Beta7
ASP.NET 5 beta7 is now available both on NuGet and as a tooling update to Visual Studio 2015! This release also includes the first public preview of the .NET Execution Environment (DNX) for Mac and Linux based on .NET Core – no Mono required. Let’s take a look at how we can get started with ASP.NET 5 beta7. Installation Note: To use ASP....
The future of Unity
The future of Unity
This post was written by Christopher Bennage (@bennage), a member of the Microsoft patterns & practices team.A few months ago, we announced that we were handing Prism over to new owners. We put a lot of time and effort into identifying owners that would invest in the project and support the community.Today, we are announcing a similar ...
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ASP.NET Community Standup – August 18, 2015
ASP.NET Community Standup – August 18, 2015
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 5 framework over the previous week.  Within 30 minutes...
Gen2 free list changes in CLR 4.6 GC
Gen2 free list changes in CLR 4.6 GC
I wanted to mention this because I started seeing posts about it. In 4.6 we improved the way we use the gen2 free list to promote gen1 survivors into. Unfortunately there was a perf bug that I didn’t notice till it was fairly late so it wasn’t approved to be checked into 4.6 at the time. Now that I am seeing more people hitting it...
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