Posted by Chris Alcock on 25 Sep 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- Supporting Semantic Versioning 2.0.0 – Jeff Handley and the NuGet Team share their plans to support SemVer 2.0.0, and highlight the significant features that this will add to the platform.
- Towards a better console – PSReadline for PowerShell command line editing – Scott Hanselman shares another post about making a better console with a look at PsGet package manager, and PsReadline package for improved command line editing with a bunch of great features including syntax highlighting, Bash-like and zsh like features and undo/redo,
- "Learning to Master Cross-Platform Mobile Development With Xamarin" Free (Name-Email-ware) eBook – Greg Duncan highlights a new e-book from Falafel which available for free, which consolidates Jesse Liberty’s blog posts on Xamarin and Xamarin Forms.
- Unit testing AngularJS with Visual Studio, ReSharper and TeamCity – Mike Larah walks through getting set up with integrated tests as part of your TeamCity build process for your AngularJS Code, making use of Jasmine and PhantomJS
- Writing React components in TypeScript – Dan Roberts takes a look at using TypeScript with Facebook’s React Framework, to gain the benefits of strong typing when working with the framework
- NHibernate Pitfalls: One Shot Delete and Inverse Collections – Ricardo Peres takes a look at the way in which NHibernate performs clearing of child collections, and how it subtly differs from the documented behaviour.
- Be Sure With Azure .NET – Azure Table Storage (Part 1) – Max McCarty continues his series of posts on the Azure Platform which aims to give an overview of the features of the different areas of the platform. This post takes a look at the use of Table Storage, with this first part taking a look at working with NoSQL databases,a nd designing table storage.
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 24 Sep 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
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Posted by Chris Alcock on 23 Sep 2014 | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
Today marks another century in the Morning Brew 🙂
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