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Announcing TypeScript 2.0
TypeScript 2.0 has been a great journey for the team, with several contributions from the community and partners along the way. It brings several new features that enhance developer productivity, advances TypeScript’s alignment with ECMAScript’s evolution, provides wide support for JavaScript libraries and tools, and augments the language service that powers a first class editing experience across tools. To get started, you can download TypeScript 2.0 for Visual Studio 2015 (which needs Update 3), grab it with NuGet, start using TypeScript 2.0 in Visual Studio Code, or install it with npm

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Custom ASP.NET Core Middleware Example
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, static file providers, authentication, error pages, or even their own custom middleware. In this article, I will walk you through how to create custom middleware to handle requests with simple SOAP payloads.

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Authentication in ASP.​NET Core for your Web API and Angular2
Authentication in a single page application is a bit more special, if you just know the traditional ASP.NET way. To imagine that the app is a completely independent app like a mobile app helps. Token based authentication is the best solution for this kind of apps. In this post I'm going to try to describe a high level overview and to show a simple solution.

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New ASP.NET Core Feature coming to 1.1 : Better Integration of Third Party Containers in Startup Class
In ASP.NET Core, dependency injection is a first class citizen. In this blog post, I try to dig deeper in the improved intergration of third party containers in the Startup class. But first, let's go back to some basics and important definitions:

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Videos we favorited

ASP.NET Monsters #63: Model Binding in ASP.NET Core

Action parameters in ASP.NET Core MVC are automatically populated for you (as best they can be by the default model binder) from the incoming request using a series of conventions. You can bind primitives and complex types, lists, and even lists of complex types. Join Monster James as he walks through all of these concepts.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

Java Language Support for Visual Studio Code has landed

As of Friday, September 16th, we have released our Java language support extension to Visual Studio Code marketplace. This initial release comes with a modest feature list that will make VS Code more fun to use for Java developers. Read more

Windows IoT Core Extension for Visual Studio Code

Windows 10 IoT Core already supports popular boards like Raspberry Pi2, MinnowBoard Max and DragonBoard, and because Node.js continues to see a lot of excitement in the maker community, we have been continuously improving and expanding the Node.js support for Windows 10 IoT Core. Read more

Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Azure Data Analytics for Developers

Looking for real-world examples of what Developers can do with the power of Microsoft Azure, machine learning, and predictive analytics? How about hands-on practice? With new ways to collect more and more data all the time, find out how you can build intelligent apps to help make the most of this information, help improve knowledge, and make better decisions. Read more

Xamarin at Microsoft Ignite

Xamarin will be in full force at Microsoft Ignite September 26–30! If you’re heading to Georgia, you can find us at the “Mobile Development & Xamarin” totem in the Developer Tools section of the Cloud + Enterprise area of the expo floor. Read more

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