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Advanced API Security Practices in C#: A Developer’s Guide

The importance of robust API security cannot be overstated. In this era of rampant cyber threats, protecting our API endpoints is not just…

View your GCs statistics live with dotnet-gcstats!

Discover how to look at the .NET GC statistics to better understand your garbage collections

New .slnx Solution Format in Visual Studio — no more GUIDs!

Visual Studio 2022 17.10 Preview 3 added a secret new feature - first look at the modern replacement for the .sln solution format called .slnx! Here is how y...

Rider 2024.1: A Better Experience for Debugging, Performance Monitoring, and Game Development | The .NET Tools Blog

You can download the release build from our website, install it via the Toolbox App, or use this snap package from the Snap Store (if you are using a compatible Linux distribution). Let’s review th

C# Language Features vs. Target Frameworks

If you check the official C# language versioning page you might think that there is a very strong relationship between the target framework and the C# language version.

Organizing ASP.NET Core Minimal APIs

I often hear (on social media or direct comments) people saying you can’t use minimal APIs for “real production” apps.

Testing Your Native AOT Applications - .NET Blog

MSTest introduces a Native AOT compatible test runner and engine for testing your Native AOT applications.

.NET 9 Release Index · dotnet/core · Discussion #9234

Here you will find a full index of all .NET 9 releases with direct links to release notes and their announcements/discussions. .NET 9 Preview 1: Announcement | Release Notes Preview 2: Announcement...

The Heart of Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx.NET)

Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx.NET) is profoundly useful, and developers often end up loving. Why is that? Endjin Technical Fellow Ian Griffiths explains h...

Bing on .NET 8: The Impact of Dynamic PGO - .NET Blog

Bing Extensible Application Platform's upgrade to .NET 8 and how dynamic profile guided optimization continues to deliver performance gains

.NET 7 will reach End of Support on May 14, 2024 - .NET Blog

.NET 7 will reach end of support on May 14, 2024, this blog breaks down all the valuable information you need to know and how to update to .NET 8.

Release 2.0.0 · fsprojects/FSharp.Data.GraphQL

Key highlights: Major error handling support improvements; ASP.NET and Giraffe plug-and-play support; WebSocket support (implementing the graphql-transport-ws subprotocol) .NET 6 and 7 support Ma...


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Get started with .NET 8 and AI using new quickstart tutorials - .NET Blog

New quickstarts are now available to help you get started with .NET and AI development.

Dumping the managed heap in C#

Using unsafe hacks to walk the managed heap from within a .NET application, without relying on the debugging API.

Blazor Wasm Development Upgrades in JetBrains Rider 2024.1 | The .NET Tools Blog

Blazor Wasm development improvements for .NET developers using JetBrains Rider

async void Methods In C# – The Dangers That You Need to Know

Learn why async void methods in C# can be dangerous with clear code examples. A perfect for beginner software engineers wanting to understand the risks.

Understanding Microservices: A Guide For the Monolithic Developer by Layla Porter

This talk was part of the JetBrains .NET Day Online '23 conference: #dotnet #JBDotNetDaysDescription: Microservice Architectu...


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Choosing the Right UI Framework for Native Windows Applications -- Visual Studio Magazine

What tech should a .NET coder use for a new Windows desktop app when presented with a dizzying array of options that include .NET MAUI, WinUI, WinForms, WPF, UWP, Blazor and so on?

Rider 2024.1 EAP 6: Updated New Project Dialog, Custom Naming Rules, and VCS Improvements | The .NET Tools Blog

The latest installment in the Rider 2024.1 Early Access Program has just been released, and it’s jam-packed with updates. Before you download it, let’s take a look at the major changes. Updated

Using named pipes with ASP.NET Core and HttpClient

In this post I show how to create an ASP.NET Core server that listens using Windows Named Pipes, and how to call the server using an HttpClient

BinaryFormatter is being removed in .NET 9 · Issue #293 · dotnet/announcements

Ever since .NET Core 1.0, we in .NET Security have been trying to lay BinaryFormatter to rest. It’s long been known by security practitioners that any deserializer, binary or text, which allows its...

The case for an application-level tracing API in .NET

If you want to record a log event from your application in .NET, you can do that today without a lot of noise or ceremony using Microsoft.Extensions.Logging:

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