Date: 2017-Dec-12 Week: 50 Year: 2017
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A Guide to Code Coverage Tools for C#
If you’re here because you’re looking for a way to let management track the team’s code coverage progress, please stop and r...
POST Tunneling Middleware for ASP.NET Core
POST Tunneling is a technic which can be used when client doesn't support certain HTTP methods or infrastructure blocks them. This...
Create Precompiled Azure Functions With Azure Event Grid Triggers
Visual Studio can be used to create precompiled Azure Functions using standard C# classes and tools/techniques and then they can b...
Can I Have My CPU Back Visual Studio?
Visual Studio 2017 has certainly been a major improvement over previous iteration of the flagship IDE; however, it isn't without i...
New Git Features in Visual Studio 2017 Update 5
This week we released Visual Studio 2017 Update 5. In this release, we added new Git features which were based on your UserVoice r...
Sky’s the limit with Azure, ASP.NET Core, and Visual Studio for Mac
Cloud services represent a huge leap in functionality, performance, and management simplicity for web apps, APIs, mobile backends,...
ASP.NET Core Gotchas – No. 2
Following on from my first gotcha that we hit yesterday, here is another one which caught us out at the same time.
Continuous Deployment of Azure Functions with Slots
Tutorial for setting up Continuous Deployment of Azure Functions using deployment slots and auto swapping features on Microsoft Az...
Strategy Pattern Implementations In C#
This post is part of the C# Advent Calendar - Day 9 :)
ORMs for .NET Core
With EF Core struggling to accommodate basic database features such as views and stored procedures, developers are looking elsewhe...
Libraries and Tools to the rescue
“The mother of all demo apps” — Exemplary fullstack Medium.com clone powered by React, Angular, Node, Django, and many more 🏅
gothinkster/realworld: "The mother of all demo apps" ��� Exemplary fullstack Medium.com clone powered by React, Angular, Node, Dja...
Benchmarking Your .NET Core Code With BenchmarkDotNet – Dot Net Core Tutorials
While wrapping your code in a timer and running it a few hundred times is a good start, it’s not exactly reliable. There are far...
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