Date: 2017-Dec-19 Week: 51 Year: 2017
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Support Multiple Versions of ASP.NET Core Web API
Now a days REST APIs are quite commonly used in web applications. At times you may need to provide multiple versions of your API t...
Progressive Web Apps made easy with ASP.NET Core
Earlier this week I wrote about some experiments I was doing with Service Workers in ASP.NET Core. This is an update to that.
Service Workers: Going beyond the page
Windows Insider build enables Service Workers by default in Microsoft Edge for the first time! #pwa #edge
Jeremy Bytes: How Does Task in C# Affect Performance?
When I talk about using Task (and await -- which is a wrapper around Task), often there's a question about performance. The concur...
What is Nethereum?
Nethereum is the.Net integration library for Ethereum, simplifying the access and smart contract interaction with Ethereum nodes b...
How does .NET JIT a method?
The .NET runtime (CLR) has predominantly used a just-in-time (JIT) compiler to convert your executable into machine code. But how ...
Libraries and Tools to the rescue
Introducing the SmartHotel360 Reference Mobile Apps
If you managed to catch any of Microsoft Connect(); 2017, you probably saw a beautiful suite of apps for a fictitious smart hospit...
Hangfire: Task Scheduler for .NET
Hangfire is a multi-threaded and scalable task scheduler built on client-server architecture on .NET stack (Task Parallel Library ...
Announcing the General Availability of Azure Bot Service and Language Understanding
Conversational AI, or making human and computer interactions more natural, has been a goal since technology became ubiquitous in o...
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