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  • • Megcsinálták, hogy a Windows 3.11-en is fusson a .NET Core
    A Microsoft egyik mérnöke a hét elején egy kevés gyakorlati jelentőséggel bíró, ám annál érdekesebb eredményről számolt be. Ezek szerint ugyanis sikerült megcsinálni, hogy a Windows egy ősrégi verzióján, a 3.11-en is futhassanak .NET Core alkalmazások....
  • • The Morning Brew #2915
    Information Excluding health check endpoints from Serilog request logging: Using Serilog.AspNetCore in ASP.NET Core 3.0 – Part 4 – Andrew Lock Getting the Most Out of Application Insights for .NET (Core) Apps – David Paquette .NET everywhere apparently also means Windows 3.11 and DOS – Scott Hanselman Event Versioning Guidel...
  • • Generating a PDF Document Using C#, .NET, and iText 7
    Learn to generate a PDF document by using C#, .NET, and the iText library, which is used to create and manipulate PDF files in .NET and Java....
  • • The Morning Brew #2914
    Information The Monsters Weekly – Episode 148 – WebWindow – ASP.NET Monsters Using Local Functions to Replace Comments – Jason Roberts Behind the compiler: 20 examples of C# code before and after compiling – Gunnar Peipman Avoiding the Debugger with Better Logging – K. Scott Allen Unit Testing .NET Core When Usin...
  • • The Morning Brew #2913
    Information Integrating Blazor Components into existing Asp.Net Core MVC apps – Wael Kdouh .NET Core on Red Hat platforms – Tom Deseyn Endpoint Debugging in ASP.NET Core 3 Applications – Khalid Abuhakmeh ASP.NET Core Dependency Injection – Cannot consume scoped service – Ibrahim Šuta C# boxing with string concatenation...
  • • .NET everywhere apparently also means Windows 3.11 and DOS
    I often talk about how .NET Core is open source and runs "everywhere." MonoGame, Unity, Apple Watches, Raspberry Pi, and Microcontrollers (as well as a dozen Linuxes, Windows, etc) is a lot of places. Michal Strehovský wants C# to run EVERYWHERE and I love him for it. He recently got some C# code running in two "impossible" places that are ...
  • • The Morning Brew #2911
    Information Announcing Experimental Mobile Blazor Bindings – Eilon Lipton Using gRPC-Web with Blazor WebAssembly – Steve Sanderson Announcements from .NET Conf: Focus on Blazor – Gunnar Peipman Collecting and analyzing memory dumps – Sourabh Shirhatti C# 9 Proposals: Module Initializers – Jonathan Allen Nine Performanc...
  • • Announcing: Visual Studio for Mac: Refresh(); event on February 24
    Join us online on February 24th for the Visual Studio for Mac Refresh(); event! We’ve been hard at work making Visual Studio for Mac a great environment for building .NET Core applications. Recently, we’ve added .NET Core 3.1 support, ASP.NET Core scaffolding, Blazor support and more. It’s a great time to take a deep dive into .N...
  • • New Azure blueprint for CIS Benchmark
    We’ve released our newest Azure blueprint that maps to another key industry-standard, the Center for Internet Security (CIS) Microsoft Azure Foundations Benchmark. This follows the recent announcement of our Azure blueprint for FedRAMP moderate and adds to the growing list of Azure blueprints for regulatory compliance, which now includes ISO ...
  • • MessageQueue in .NET, Part 1: The Background Work on Windows
    Learn more about MSMQ as it's used in the .NET framework....
  • • The Morning Brew #2910
    Information The Reunification of .NET 5 – Matthew MacDonald Implementing State in .NET Core gRPC Messages with oneof – Peter Vogel Jeremy Bytes: Type.GetType Functionality Has Not Changed in .NET Core – Jeremy Clark C# 8.0: Understanding Using Declarations – Steve Gordon Logging MVC properties with Serilog.AspNetCore: Using ...
  • • My Interview and Podcast Production Process on the Hanselminutes Podcast
    Hey! Did you know I have a podcast? A few actually but Hanselminutes has been doing for over 700 episodes over 13 years and it's pretty good if I may say so myself. It's a 30 min show meant for your commute. It offers fresh faces and a fresh perspective on lots of topics. While it's often tech and programming-focused, I do often have guests on to t...
  • • .NET Core January 2020 Updates – 2.1.15, 3.0.2, and 3.1.1
    Today, we are releasing the .NET Core January 2020 Update. These updates also contain security and reliability fixes. See the individual release notes for details on updated packages. NOTE: If you are a Visual Studio user, there are MSBuild version requirements so use only the .NET Core SDK supported for each Visual Studio version. Information need...
  • • .NET Framework January Security and Quality Rollup
    Today, we are releasing the January 2020 Security and Quality Rollup Updates for .NET Framework. Security CVE-2020-0605, CVE-2020-0606, CVE-2020-0646 – .NET Framework Remote Code Execution A remote code execution vulnerability exists when the Microsoft .NET Framework fails to validate input properly. An attacker who successfully exploited thi...
  • • Announcing Experimental Mobile Blazor Bindings
    Today I’m excited to announce a new experimental project to enable native mobile app development with Blazor: Experimental Mobile Blazor Bindings. These bindings enable developers to build native mobile apps using C# and .NET for iOS and Android using familiar web programming patterns. This means you can use the Blazor programming model and R...

.NET videók

  • Writing tests in .NET using xUnit -  xUnit TutorialWriting tests in .NET using xUnit - xUnit Tutorial
  • .NET Design Review: System.CommandLine.NET Design Review: System.CommandLine
  • Visual Studio: .NET Community Standup - Jan. 23 2020 - Visual Studio!Visual Studio: .NET Community Standup - Jan. 23 2020 - Visual Studio!
  • .NET Conf: Focus on Blazor Teaser.NET Conf: Focus on Blazor Teaser
  • NET TV LIVE JANUARI 2020NET TV LIVE JANUARI 2020
  • Twitch Stream #1 - Transmogrify - C# ASP.NET Core, Translation Service, Clean Code, NugetTwitch Stream #1 - Transmogrify - C# ASP.NET Core, Translation Service, Clean Code, Nuget
  • Building Microservices with gRPC and .NETBuilding Microservices with gRPC and .NET
  • You are not hiding from me NET - Aden Wee Jing Chung - DEF CON China 1You are not hiding from me NET - Aden Wee Jing Chung - DEF CON China 1
  • .NET Core 3.0 and the future of .NET | MLS1024.NET Core 3.0 and the future of .NET | MLS1024
  • How to add clean Retrying in .NET Core using PollyHow to add clean Retrying in .NET Core using Polly

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Népszerű hírek - .NET

  • • Azure Marketplace new offers–Volume 40
    We continue to expand the Azure Marketplace ecosystem. For this volume, 212 new offers successfully met the onboarding criteria and went live. See details of the new offers below: Applications 2Care: 2CARE is a healthcare solution that easily captures the services provided to patients or inhabitants. This application is available ...
  • • .NET Core July 2019 Updates – 2.1.12 and 2.2.6
    Today, we are releasing the .NET Core July 2019 Update. These updates contain security and reliability fixes. See the individual release notes for details on updated packages. NOTE: If you are a Visual Studio user, there are MSBuild version requirements so use only the .NET Core SDK supported for each Visual Studio version. Information needed to ma...
  • • .NET Framework July 2019 Security and Quality Rollup
    Today, we are releasing the July 2019 Cumulative Update, Security and Quality Rollup, and Security Only Update for .NET Framework. Security CVE-2019-1006 – WCF/WIF SAML Token Authentication Bypass Vulnerability An authentication bypass vulnerability exists in Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Identity Foundation (WIF), a...
  • • Previewing Azure SDKs following new Azure SDK API Standards
    Today we’re happy to share a new set of libraries for working with Azure Storage,  Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Key Vault, and Azure Event Hubs in Java, Python, JavaScript or TypeScript, and .NET. These libraries provide access to new service features, and represent the first step towards applying a new set of standards across the Azure SDKs t...
  • • The Morning Brew #2784
    Software .NET Core July 2019 Updates – 2.1.12 and 2.2.6 – Vivek Mishra .NET Framework July 2019 Security and Quality Rollup – Brett Lopez Released: Second Public Preview of Microsoft.Data.SqlClient – David-Engel Information Pipeline Pattern Implementations in C# .NET – Part 1 – Michael Shpilt Supporting IAsyncEnu...
  • • Write Better Code Faster with Roslyn Analyzers
    Roslyn, the .NET compiler platform, helps you catch bugs even before you run your code. One example is Roslyn’s spellcheck analyzer that is built into Visual Studio. Let’s say you are creating a static method and misspelled the word static as statc. You will be able to see this spelling error before you run your code because Roslyn can ...
  • • Dealing with Application Base URLs and Razor link generation while hosting ASP.NET web apps behind Reverse Proxies
    I'm quietly moving my Website from a physical machine to a number of Cloud Services hosted in Azure. This is an attempt to not just modernize the system - no reason to change things just to change them - but to take advantage of a number of benefits that a straight web host sometimes doesn't have. I want to have multiple microsites (the main page, ...
  • • The Morning Brew #2787
    Software Xamarin.Essentials welcomes tvOS, watchOS, and Tizen – James Montemagno Information C# – .NET Reunified: Microsoft’s Plans for .NET 5 – Mark Michaelis Absolute cache expiry corrupts absolutely? – Alastair Crabtree Real World Cloud Migrations: Azure Front Door for global HTTP and path based load-balancing ̵...
  • • The Morning Brew #2789
    Information Create a Trimmed Self-Contained Single Executable in .NET Core 3.0 – Talking Dotnet Using EasyAuth (AppService Authentication) with ASP.NET Core – Maxime Rouiller Using C# 8.0 in Core 2.x, .NET Framework and UWP projects – Fons Sonnemans Generating strongly-typed IDs at build-time with Roslyn: Using strongly-typed enti...
  • • The Morning Brew #2790
    Software Announcing ML.NET 1.2 and Model Builder updates (Machine Learning for .NET) – Cesar De la Torre Information Executing .NET Core functions in a separate process – Tom Deseyn Pipeline Pattern Implementations in C# .NET – Part 1 – Michael Shpilt Should You Flow External Claims On Every Login? – Phil Haack The nex...
  • • The Morning Brew #2791
    Information Selection Sort in C# – Matthew Jones DragonFruit and System.CommandLine is a new way to think about .NET Console apps – Scott Hanselman MSBuild Structured Log Viewer – Robert Green &y Kirill Osenkov Surfacing GitHub Usage for packages on NuGet.org – Mohamed Riad Gahlouz The Best Refactoring You’ve Never...
  • • Silo busting 2.0—Multi-protocol access for Azure Data Lake Storage
    Cloud data lakes solve a foundational problem for big data analytics—providing secure, scalable storage for data that traditionally lives in separate data silos. Data lakes were designed from the start to break down data barriers and jump start big data analytics efforts. However, a final “silo busting” frontier remained, enabling...
  • • Announcing ML.NET 1.2 and Model Builder updates (Machine Learning for .NET)
    We are excited to announce ML.NET 1.2 and updates to Model Builder and the CLI. ML.NET is an open-source and cross-platform machine learning framework for .NET developers. ML.NET also includes Model Builder (a simple UI tool for Visual Studio) and the ML.NET CLI (Command-line interface) to make it super easy to build custom Machine Learning (ML) mo...
  • • The Morning Brew #2792
    Software Announcing TypeScript 3.6 Beta – Daniel Rosenwasser Information Introducing PowerShell as .NET Global Tool – Aditya Patwardhan Modeling version and temporary state in noSQL databases – Szymon Warda Microbenchmark Design Guidelines – Adam Sitnik Performance Tune a JavaScript Website with Chrome DevTools – Chris...
  • • Announcing Entity Framework Core 3.0 Preview 7 and Entity Framework 6.3 Preview 7
    Today, we are making new previews of EF Core 3.0 and EF 6.3 available on NuGet.Org. .NET Core 3.0 Preview 7 and ASP.NET Core 3.0 Preview 7 were also made available today. We encourage you to install these previews to try the new features, and to validate that all the functionality required by your application...

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