dotNET Weekly Date: 2016-Nov-08 Week: 45 Year: 2016
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Microsoft Flow—the software giant’s answer to IFTTT—is now available, following about six months in beta. Flow is a new cloud-based service that helps you automate tasks and business processes across multiple applications and services, such as Dropbox, Facebook, Twitter, and many others, plus Microsoft solutions like Outlook, Excel, Office 365, Onedrive and more.


Besides all other dependency injection forms, ASP.NET Core supports also view injection. Yes, it is possible to inject instances directly to views and there’s no need to update view models to carry information that is already available through dependency injection.


I was reading about "Control application behavior by using MVC extensibility points" which is one of the objectives for the 70-486 Microsoft certification, and it was not clear to me, the explanation provided. So I decided to write about it to make clear for me, and I hope this help you as well.


Today, at an event in New York City, we announced Microsoft Teams—the new chat-based workspace in Office 365. Microsoft Teams is an entirely new experience that brings together people, conversations and content—along with the tools that teams need—so they can easily collaborate to achieve more.


Libraries and Tools to the rescue


Microsoft Flow is a tool for creating workflows to automate tasks. It’s similar in concept to If This Then That but feels like it exists more towards the end of the spectrum of the business user rather than the end consumer – though both have a number of channels/services in common. Flow has a number of advanced features such as conditions, loops, timers, and delays.



This Angular 2 seed for Visual Studio 2015 targets Angular version 2.1.0 released on Oct 12, 2016. This project is based on official Angular2 Seed project. It relies on TypeScript and SystemJS.



ReactJS.NET makes it easier to use Facebook's React and JSX from C# and other .NET languages, focusing specifically on ASP.NET MVC


Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss


Once again, it is the time of the year when we have the privilege to host thousands of passionate technical leaders for our MVP Global Summit. This is far from a traditional technical conference. Next week our whole Redmond campus is dedicated to over 2,000 MVPs. Across 16 buildings and 55 of our largest meeting spaces, MVPs will attend over 620 deeply technical sessions, roundtables and networking opportunities with our Product Groups.