The week in .NET – 1/25/2016
To read last week’s post, see The week in .NET – 1/19/2016.
Last week, we chatted with Don Syme about the future of F#, and the community behind it. This week, our guests are Brian Flannery and Colin Sullivan from Apcera. We’re going to talk about NATS, a high performance messaging system with a great .NET client.
ASP.NET MVC Boilerplate is a great way to start a new modern and professional ASP.NET MVC application with all the bells and whistles that are expected today. A feature selection wizard lets you select which features you want on your web site from a huge list of options.
- We’re thrilled at the news that the American Astronomical Society will be taking a leading role in the future development of the WorldWide Telescope. The WorldWide Telescope is a .NET based virtual telescope that allows scientific researchers and individuals access to astronomy data from the best instruments in the world. Having the AAS behind the effort helps ensure that the team will be able to continue the full-time development of this important open source tool.
- JetBrains announced a new cross-platform IDE for C#.
- Tips for deploying your .NET project by Gregor Suttie.
- Phil Haack was on .Net Rocks this week
- Shared projects or PCL? by Miguel de Icaza.
- Configuration in ASP.NET Core MVC by James Chambers.
- FontAwesome fonts and MIME types in IIS and other web servers by Rick Strahl.
- Angular 2 quickstart with ASP.NET Core by Eric L. Anderson.
- ASP.NET Core logging using trace listeners and how to filter logs by Girish J Jain.
- Dynamically adding meta tags by Thiyagu.
- How to create a custom controller factory by Jose Mendez.
- Common aspects of ASP.NET code in WebForms and MVC by Dino Esposito.
- Generate C# client API for ASP.NET WebAPI by Zijian.
- Handling request too large and identifying limits by Daniel Fisher.
- Save the date! The first ever fsharpConf virtual F# conference will be streamed live on March 4, 2016.
- Xamarin Studio 6.0 Preview has new F# features, including support for F# Portable Class Libraries and F# Shared Projects.
- Don Syme was the guest on On.NET, sharing his thoughts on the future of F#, building an open source community, and more.
- Running F# on Microsoft Azure, by Isaac Abraham.
- Using F# on Linux, by Jonathan Curran.
- Chart-tastic F# Goodness, by Bear & Hammer.
- .NET: A Look Through F# Lenses, by Jacqueline Homan.
Check out F# Weekly for more great content from the F# community.
We want to wish everyone participating in the Global Game Jam this coming weekend good luck and have fun! We’d love to play and show off some of the games created with .NET so send them our way once they’re finished. You can either tweet them to Stacey Haffner (@yecats131) or leave a comment on the gist with the link.
And this is it for this week!
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This week’s post (and future posts) also contains news I first read on ASP.NET’s community spotlight, on F# weekly, on ASP.NET Weekly, on Dirk Strauss’ The Daily Six Pack, and on Chris Alcock’s The Morning Brew.