The week in .NET – Links!
This week’s post will exceptionally be made of links only, as I’m on vacation…
- .NET Conf, Material Design in XAML Toolkit
- .NET Architecture: Microservices & Containers, On .NET with Omer Raviv on OzCode, Sprache
- 8 Key Application Performance Metrics & How to Measure Them by Matt Watson.
- Working with “Big Data” in .NET by Ericlaw.
- Hands on with Visual Studio for Mac – Part 2 by Craig Dunn.
- Announcing .NET Summer Hackfest 2017 by Jon Galloway.
- Special Folder Enum Values on Windows and Mac in .Net Core by John Koerner.
- A First Foray into Alexa Skills Using AWS Lambda’s with C# by Michael James.
- LessThanDot by Eli Weinstock-Herman.
- .NET Core solution management via the command line interface by Joseph Woodward.
- Memory Usage Inside the CLR by Matt Warren.
- When you use the Polly circuit-breaker, make sure you share your Policy instances! by Andrew Lock.
- Virtual Panel: High Performance Application in .NET by Pierre-Luc Maheu.
- Revisiting Script Injection in ASP.NET by Dino Esposito.
- Preventing Cross-Site WebSocket Hijacking in ASP.NET Core by Tomasz Pęczek.
- Keeping Secrets in ASP.NET Core by Rui Figueiredo.
- ASP.NET Core 2: New single page application templates by Gunnar Peipman.
- ASP.NET Core 2.0 Configuration Changes by Joonas Westlin.
- Orchestrate fail over of Web Applications in Azure VMs to a DR Site using ASR by Srikantan.
- ASP.NET Core MVC JSON Output in camelCase or PascalCase by Derek Comartin.
- ASP.NET Core MVC – Caching Tag Helpers by Ibrahim Šuta.
- ASP.NET Core in docker with GitLab Pipelines by Michal Dymel.
- Building Web Apps With ASP.NET Core And DotVVM by Tomas Herceg.
- ASP.NET Core 2.0.0-beta on a Raspberry Pi 3 by Tim Theeuwes.
- NLog.Web.AspNetCore – make sure you add error message for logging exception by TPodolak.
- Program.cs in ASP.NET Core 2.0 by Shawn Wildermuth.
- ASP.NET Core 2 + VS2017 + Angular-CLI? by Shawn Wildermuth.
- ASP.NET Core Demystified – Routing in MVC by Matthew Jones.
- Localising the DisplayAttribute in ASP.NET Core 1.1 by Andrew Lock.
- Custom Inspection Patterns in Resharper by Bevan Arps.
- Practical C# – Expression Bodied Members in C# 7 by Andrea Angella.
- Practical C# – Null Conditional Operator by Andrea Angella.
- Local functions in C# 7.0 by Gunnar Peipman.
- Pooling large arrays with ArrayPool by Adam Sitnik.
- ref returns and ref locals by Adam Sitnik.
- Value Types vs Reference Types by Adam Sitnik.
- Dispelling the magic! The layers and pieces of Cake by Mattias Karlsson.
- The resurgence of functional programming by Ahmad.
- Scaling Serverless F# with Azure Functions – NDC by Mathias Brandewinder.
- F# for C# Programmers – NDC by Scott Wlaschin.
- Using F# on Azure Functions in Production – NDC by Nikolai Andersen.
- Exploring data with F# type providers by Lee Stott.
- Four easy steps for installing F# on Ubuntu Linux by Edgar Sánchez.
- Why Idiomatic F# APIs are Good by Vasily Kirichenko.
- Pure times in F# by Mark Seemann.
- The Parallel Functional Pipeline Pattern by Riccardo Terrell.
There is more content available this week in F# Weekly. If you want to see more F# awesomeness, please check it out!
- Snack Pack 15: Upgrading to Xamarin.Forms to .NET Standard by The Xamarin Show.
- Now is a good time to move to Mobile Center by Jan Tourlamain.
- Set Up Android Device for Xamarin Android Development by Asfend Yar.
- Xamarin.Tip – PCL Profile Problems by Alex Dunn.
- Troubleshooting the default install of Xamarin with Visual Studio 2017 and Windows 10 Creators Update by Jeremy Lindsay.
- Xamarin Forms, the MVVMLight Toolkit and I: showing dialog messages by Marco Siccardi.
- Beta Release: 15.3 Preview 3 by Bri Brothers.
- Pre-release: Xamarin.Forms 184.108.40.2066-pre6 by David Ortinau.
- Learning Xamarin.Forms – Part 1 – Overview by Jesse Liberty.
- Moving Plugins for Xamarin to .NET Standard by James Montemagno.
- Xamarin.Forms: Microsoft Advertising SDK in UWP by James Montemagno.
- Badge icon notification in Xamarin.Forms ToolbarItems on iOS by Marek Mierzwa.
- Automated Xamarin UI Tests using Test Recorder in a local Android device by Sebastián Cabrera Porta.
- Using Multiple Storyboards in Xcode IB and Xamarin by Colby Williams.
- Implementing value converters with IValueConverter for Xamarin.Forms by Gerald Versluis.
- Last Chance to Catch Xamarin Dev Days! by Jayme Singleton.
- Xamarin Events Happening in July by Jayme Singleton.
- “Xamarin University Presents” Webinar Recordings by Mark Smith.
- Passing Data on Navigation in Xamarin Forms by Adam Pedley.
- Xamarin and Artificial Intelligence by Adam Pedley.
- Running out of space using Xamarin by Charlin Agramonte.
- Raw Input with Azure Functions HTTP Triggers by Scott Banwart.
- Walkthrough of Azure Cosmos DB Graph (Gremlin) by Tsuyoshi Matsuzaki.
- Azure via C# – Working with Azure Files in C# by Andrea Angella.
- Thoughts on Azure Functions and Serverless Computing by K. Scott Allen.
- An ASP.NET Core web API with Azure AD B2C by Danny Strockis.
- Azure AD B2C: Call a .NET web API from a .NET web app by Danny Strockis.
- Build a multi-tenant SaaS web application that calls a web API using Azure AD by Jean-Marc Prieur.
- Integrating a web app with Azure AD using WS-Federation by Jean-Marc Prieur.
- HoloLens helper class to get a position dead ahead of the user on a physical object or at a max distance by Joost van Schaik.
- Building a floating HoloLens ‘info screen’ – 1: making the Unity assets by Joost van Schaik.
- Debouncing and Throttling Dispatcher Events by Rick Strahl.
- Announcing UWP Community Toolkit 1.5 by Nikola Metulev.
- Command-Line Activation of Universal Windows Apps by Andrew Whitechapel.
- Calling WinRT Components from a Win32 process via the Desktop Bridge by Adam Braden.
- Entity Framework Core: Soft Delete using Query Filters by Gérald Barré.
And this is it for this week!
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