dotNET Weekly Date: 2016-Dec-28 Week: 52 Year: 2016
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This is the first in a series of posts teaching you how to create your first Angular 2 application with ASP.NET Core in Visual Studio Code.


This post is going to focus on trade-offs and an alternative to using the mediator pattern.


If you're like most developers these days, when you build a Windows desktop or Console application you most likely use the default Any CPU target in Visual Studio to build your application


Exactly six years ago, today I started Daily .NET Tips with a vision to have a single knowledge base of .NET Tips and Tricks and share post that can quickly help any developers.


I don't believe in coding design tools. I've been programming for more than 30 years now (40 years if you go back to my first class in programming). I think in code. Code is my design language and procrastination is my friend.


In the next few posts I will describe my take on how I would automate the building, testing, and deployment of applications for both Windows and Linux.


ASP.NET Core has a rich support for caching and it supports different kinds of caching. In this article, we will talk about "In-Memory" cache.


This tutorial is about building HTTP request pipeline on ASP.NET Core.


This blog shows how to setup a basic ASP.NET Core 1.1 application using Visual studio 2017 and Docker.


It’s common knowledge that reflection in .NET is slow, but why is that the case? This post aims to figure that out by looking at what reflection does under-the-hood.


Libraries and Tools to the rescue


Microsoft Project Manager Immo Landwerth has announced details for the forthcoming .NET Core 2 release, slated for Spring 2017.



This tiresome work can be avoided if you use a tool that automates the documentation process. One of such tools is dbForge Documenter for SQL Server from Devart. It is an automated database generation utility that creates a comprehensive and professionally looking documentation in just a few clicks.



In a recent Visual Studio Toolbox episode, I highlighted some new Ionic 2 templates for use with the Visual Studio 2015 Tools for Apache Cordova (TACO). These new Ionic 2 RC templates are now available for you to try out and in this post I’ll talk you through what’s new.