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February 10, 2018
In this post I show how you can extract common settings to a shared JSON file and how to configure your projects to use them locally and after publishing
February 09, 2018
Shows how to require HTTPS/TLS in a ASP.NET Core web app.
February 08, 2018
See what is new in the Visual Studio Code January 2018 Release (1.20)
February 07, 2018
A .NET client library for the Tesla Owner API This API is largely based on the community maintained API Documentation from Tim Dorr.
February 06, 2018
In this article, you will learn how to use an open source library named EasyCaching to handle caching in ASP.NET Core.
February 05, 2018
Imagine that you’ve just been struck by inspiration for your next great app. You might start by jotting some notes and sketching out screens. If you’re thinking about reaching for a sketchbook, a whiteboard, or even the back of a napkin, think about reaching for your computer and installing Ink to Code instead. Ink to …
February 05, 2018
ASP .NET Core HTTP Error 502.5 – Process Failure » Iris Classon Community Contributions Media and Press About Ask Iris Not So Stupid Questions Categories Azure C# & F# Dev Environment Dev Ops HTML & CSS JS & TS PowerShell WinRT Universal Apps XAML In Love
February 04, 2018
In this second part of our discuss on the .NET Core 2.1 Roadmap, Scott Hunter, Richard Lander, Daniel Roth, and Andrew Peters return to go through demos of the new features. [00:43] Global tools[02:25
February 03, 2018
Scott Hunter, Richard Lander, Daniel Roth, and Andrew Peters come on the show to tell us about the roadmap for .NET Core 2.1. They cover some of the exciting new features and improvements being added
February 02, 2018
Investigating how methods from your Startup class are registered and later executed after adding it via UseStartup on the ASP.NET Core WebHostBuilder.

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