Posted by Chris Alcock on 28 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- RyuJIT CTP2: Getting Ready for Prime-time – Mani Ramaswamy announces the second preview release of the RyuJIT 64 it Just-In-Time compiler for .NET, which adds support for ‘opportunistic’ tail calls, and Edit and Continue, along with a bunch of other features to bring parity with JIT64 and performance improvements from the previous CTP
Posted by Chris Alcock on 27 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Looking at ASP.NET MVC 5.1 and Web API 2.1 – Part 4 – Web API Help Pages, BSON, and Global Error Handling – Jon Galloway continues on with his series looking at the latest new features in the ASP.NET Stack, exploring Web API Help Pages, BSON support and Error Handling, with detailed discussion of each, examples, and downloadable code.
- Biggy Basics, Part 1: Documents – Rob Conery gives some more information about Biggy, discussing why he’s building it (fast writes, LINQ support and simplicity) and looking at its document data storage.
- Angular JS – Part 13, Services – Gabriel Schenker continues his series looking at the use of AngularJS, exploring the notion of Services in Angular and looking at how you can create and test them
- More Angular Inside SVG Inside HTML – Paul Hammant has been looking at the use of SVG with AngularJS, giving rise to some very powerful concepts. Be sure to check out his previous post on this too
- Resources vs exceptions – Eric Lippert and the team at Coverity shares another instalment of ‘Ask The Bug Guys’, with an interesting discussion of the use of using with multiple resources, and what happens if constructors throw exceptions.
- A C# Feature I’d Really Like to See in a Future Version – Roland Weigelt shares a look at a feature he would like to see make it into the C# language, restricting member variables to particular property instances.
- ? for C#? (aka C# might be getting a object hierarchy Safe Navigation Operator) – Greg Duncan highlights a post from Jerry Nixon highlighting a positive reception from the C# team to the possibility of adding an object hierarchy Safe Navigation operator to the language.
- NHibernate Fluent Validation – Ricardo Peres shares an implementation of Fluent Validation on NHibernate
Posted by Chris Alcock on 26 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 CTP2, Team Foundation Server 2013 Update 2 RC and TypeScript 1.0 RC – Somasegar announce a collection of release candidate and CTP release covering Visual Studio 2013, TFS and TypeScript1.0.
- Try the Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 CTP 2 – The Visual Studio Team highlight their CTP Release of Update 2 to Visual Studio 2013, linking to the various announcements, Knowledge base articles, and downloads, along with providing the information for giving feedback on the release.
- Announcing new Web Features in Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 CTP2 – Xinyang Qiu focuses on the Web Development features in VS 2013 Update 2 CTP2, including project level SASS Support, JSON Item and Editor, enhanced Azure support, and update to LESS and MVC/SPA tempaltes, Knockout Intellisense, along with the inclusion of the latest bits of the ASP.NET framework.
- Announcing TypeScript 1.0RC – Jonathan Turner announces the Release Candidate of TypeScript 1.0, including the new simplified tye system, improved ordering and merging of overloads and updated out of the box typings.
- Announcing Windows Azure Japan Geo General Availability – Steve Martin announce the general availability of two new Windows Azure regions, Japan West and Japan East
Posted by Chris Alcock on 25 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Posted by Chris Alcock on 24 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Posted by Chris Alcock on 21 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Azure: ExpressRoute Dedicated Networking, Web Site Backup Restore, Mobile Services .NET support, Hadoop 2.2, and more – Scott Guthrie shares the latest batch of Windows Azure Updates, released yesterday, bringing new features for networking, Virtual machines, HDInsight Hadoop upgrades, Azure Websites backup and restore, along with support for Mobile Services development in .NET and integration of Notification Hubs and support for PhoneGap.
- Announcing Windows Azure ExpressRoute, new partnership with Level 3 and exciting updates to other Azure Services – Steven Martin also discusses some of the new Azure Features released yesterday, looking at ExpressRoute networking and Azure Active directory.
- Introducing ReSharper 8.2 EAP – The Team over at JetBrains announce the opening of the ReSharper 8.2 Early Access Programme
Posted by Chris Alcock on 20 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Hello Biggy – Rob Conery shares ‘Biggy’, a simple file based document store for .NET, in some ways similar to NeDB on Node, making use of JSON, dynamic types and Linq
- Gulp.js : A Better Alternative to Grunt.js – Shiju Varghese takes a look at the use of Gulp.js, a task automation framework, similar to Grunt.js, giving an overview of its use in automating the build process for a Single Page Application using Angular.
- Converting AutoMapper to a Portable Class Library – Jimmy Bogard discusses his journey to having a Portable Class Library for AutoMapper, sharing what he learnt along the way in turning a traditional class library into a PCL.
- "Everybody Lies" – Eric Lawrence discusses the lies that software sometimes tells regarding its version, focusing on some of the lies that browsers tell, and how API methods which return a version are sometimes wrong.
- Distributed Automated Browser Testing with Selenium and BrowserStack – Scott Hanselman shares a look at performing browser testing in a wide range of browsers using the BrowserStack service and Selenium.
- A Method Object Helper – Putting More Class in Method Refactoring – George Henry discusses refactoring of methods with large numbers of parameters, replacing them with a single parameter object, walking through the steps of such a refactoring in this CodeProject article.
- It Was 2001, and I Had a Decision To Make – Darcy Lussier follows on from Rob Conery’s post, ‘PHP or ASP.NET: Did I Do The Right Thing?‘ discussing how he decided on a Microsoft technology path to set the tone for his career, sharing his story.
Posted by Chris Alcock on 19 Feb 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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