Steve Gordon describes how IHttpClientFactory in ASP.NET Core 2.1 integrates easily with the Polly transient fault handling library.
.NET Core in Action! Carl and Richard talk to Dustin Metzgar about his new Manning book, .NET Core in Action. Dustin talks about the challenge of writing faster than the .NET team can ship code – how do you get a book done? The conversation also digs i…
Microsoft’s mobile dev team continues to update Xamarin.Essentials, which provides cross-platform APIs for a variety of device-specific features and functionality in iOS and Android apps.
Scott Brady shows how to keep a Swagger UI test tool working after protecting an API using IdentityServer 4 (OAuth 2.0).
Cale and Sujit talk about the new style of applications that leverage AI, Blockchain and Big Data services in Azure.
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Microsoft announced the end-of-life of last year’s .NET Core 2.0 offering has been extended to Oct. 1 because of a flaw that prevents some updates to .NET Core 2.1.
Daniel Jimenez Garcia digs into Integration Tests in the context of ASP.NET Core applications, dealing with factors like the database, authentication, and anti-forgery.
Patricia Aas is a C++ programmer working on the Vivaldi Browser where she has currently taken on platform integration of media. She has previously worked at Opera Software on their Desktop Browser and at Cisco on their Telepresence Hardware Endpoints, primarily on Linux. In this episode she and Scott tackle the hard questions around C++ – Is it getting a bad wrap? Patricia always waxes philosophic on the browser wars!