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Programming a Microservice with .NET Core 3.1

In my last post, I talked about the theory of a microservice. Today it is going to be more practical. I will create two microservices using ASP .NET Core 3.1. Over the next posts., I will extend th...

Microservices - Getting Started

Many developers have heard about microservices and that it’s the next great thing. But for many developers I have talked to, microservices is just another buzzword like DevOps. I have been working ...

.Net Core 3.0 - What's new

Microsoft released with .NET Core 3.0 the next major version of .NET Core which brings improvements to the deployment, .NET Core WPF and WinForms applications and much more. Today, I want to showca...

C# 8.0 - What's New

Together with .NET Core 3.0, Microsoft released C# 8.0. Today, I want to take a look at the new features of C# 8.0 using .NET Core 3.0. To follow along with the demo you need Visual Studio 2019 an...

Create Policies for your Branches in Azure DevOps

In my last post, I showed how to create a build pipeline for your .net and .NET Core project. Today, I want to use one of those pipelines to verify that new pull requests didn’t break my solution a...

Create Automatic Builds for .Net and .Net Core Applications with Azure DevOps

Automated build processes should be a no-brainer nowadays but unfortunately, I still come across quite many projects which do their builds manually. In today’s post, I want to give an introduction ...

ASP.NET Core logging to a database with NLog

ASP.NET core has seen rapid development in the last years. Additionally, there were some breaking changes since version 1, for example, the project.json file got removed. Unfortunately, the documen...

Understanding Tag Helpers in ASP.NET Core MVC

Tag helpers are a new feature that has been introduced in ASP.NET Core MVC and are C# classes that transform HTML elements in a view. Common uses for tag helpers include URLs for forms using the ap...

View Components in ASP.NET Core MVC

View components are a new feature in ASP.NET Core MVC which replaces the child action feature from the previous version. View components are classes which provide action-style logic to support part...

Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core MVC

Dependency Injection is a technique that helps to create flexible applications and simplifies unit testing. .NET Core brings dependency injection out of the box, therefore you don’t have to use any...