I pushed out a new repository, Contoso University Core, that updated my "how we do MVC" sample app to ASP.NET Core. It's still on full .NET framework, but I also plan to push out a .NET Core version as well.
Peachpie is a new open source PHP language to .NET compiler, which aims at full PHP 7 compatibility. Looking at it gave us the opportunity to revisit the state of dynamic language interoperability on the .NET platform and consider the practical advantages that arise out of this atypical symbiosis of dynamic and static languages under the same roof.
Few weeks ago I have posted a tutorial on how to build an Angular2 application with ASP.NET Core API. Today, I would like to show you another way to accomplish that - by using Angular2 CLI, which has built in support for building and bundling Angular2 applications.
Today I am with over 600 of our federal, state and local government customers and partners at the Government Cloud Forum 2016, in Washington D.C. The Forum is queued to take our audiences through breakthrough technology and solutions impacting citizen engagement, the empowerment of government …
Every now and then we're setting up surveys in order to know better about different details of a software developer's routine. This is even more important when our own experience is insufficient or not representative of what we feel might be going on in the industry as a whole.
We are pleased to announce the public preview of Microsoft Azure Analysis Services, the latest addition to our data platform in the cloud. Based on the proven analytics engine in SQL Server Analysis Services, Azure Analysis Services is an enterprise grade OLAP engine and BI modeling platform, offered as a fully managed platform-as-a-service (PaaS).
So far we have experimented with Docker Swarmkit on our local development machine using VirtualBox as our playground. Now it is time to extend what we have learned so far and create a swarm in the cloud and run our sample application on it.
To read last week's post, see The week in .NET - Bond - The Gallery. Preview 1 versions of .NET Core 1.1, ASP.NET Core 1.1, and Entity Framework Core 1.1 were released today. Check out the blog posts to discover the new features!