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  • Building Angular 2 App With Web API And .NET Core
    on May 21, 2016
    Setting up the new Angular 2 app with Web API and .NET core is easy but can be a bit tricky. The older beta releases of Angular 2 works fine as there are not many files to refer and to work with. When I started using Angular 2 it was in RC1 and the w...
  • Dev Buzz #3 - Bookmarks
    on Apr 29, 2016
      .NET Core GitHub Authentication with ASP.NET Core Social TagHelpers for ASP.NET Core Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core ASP.NET Core: Custom Service Based on Request Visual Studio/Visual Studio Code Setting up ASP.NET Core debugging in V...
  • Parsing Markdown Using Custom TagHelper In ASP.NET MVC 6
    on Nov 30, 2015
    Previous versions of MVC allows us to write HtmlHelpers which does a pretty good job then and they are doing it now as well. But in MVC 6, the ASP.NET team has introduced TagHelpers. Parsing Mardown in .NET is way too simple than one can imagine. Tha...
  • Free E-Book: 52 Tips & Tricks to Boost .NET Performance from Redgate
    on Nov 26, 2015
    An super awesome free e-book from our friends at RedGate. 52 tips from the .NET community for boosting performance in your applications. Learn the secrets of your fellow developers and read advice from MVPs and other experts. Covers .NET and ASP.NET...
  • Controlling 16x2 LCD With Raspberry PI 2 Using Adafruit Library
    on Jul 20, 2015
    As an enthusiast, I started working with embedded with Netduino. It was fun but at the same time Netduino was not offering that much things that I can do now. For a person like me who has no knowledge of electronics and C/C++, this was a gift. Now he...
  • .NET Projects You Should Be Follwing On Github
    on Jul 19, 2015
    Open-source has entirely change the programming and developers world. Today you can create any application, game, mobile app without spending a single penny. Thanks to open-source software and awesome community of developers and people behind them. A...
  • Getting Started With ASP.NET 5 On Ubuntu
    on Jun 16, 2015
    Ever since the .NET stack went open source last year, there is a huge excitement among the developers about the .NET stuff and developing apps using .NET which are no longer limited to Windows platform. I tried to install ASP.NET VNext on Ubuntu VM i...
  • Free e-Books From Microsoft And Telerik That You Should Be Reading
    on Jun 14, 2015
    I am involving myself in reading book these days rather than reading blogs. Here are 2 free e-books, one from Microsoft Press with a valuable insights on Cloud, Fundamental of Azure and the other from Telerik, The Developer's Guide To The New .NET. I...
  • How Generic The Code Can Be - Resolving Type T at Compile Time
    on Jun 7, 2015
    It is fun working with Generics, but sometimes it just won't work as I intended it to work. While working on a personal project, I was trying to write the code as generic as possible so I can re-use the functions or extension methods in my other proj...
  • Recurring Tasks Inside ASP.NET Applications Using HangFire
    on Jun 15, 2014
    This is open-source at its best. Running background task to work in context with ASP.NET was and is still a big deal for few developers. I user QueueUserWorkItem to schedule emails when a new comment is added on my blog. This makes sure that the...
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