- New Year Updates to ASP.NET WebHooks Preview – Henrik F Nielsen shares the details of the latest update to the ASP.NET WebHooks preview which adds new features to the server side to send events to all users, and support for Scale Out load balancing
- Having a Look at dotnet CLI Tool and .NET Native Compilation in Linux – Tugberk Ugurlu takes a look at the command line interface tooling for .NET compilation on Linux machines
- Looking back on 2015: six exciting web technologies & My new book: "Setting up ES6" – Dr. Axel Rauschmayer gives a brief overview of 6 of his favourite web platform innovations from last year and also shares his new book, available for free to read online, which looks at working with ECMAScript 6
- Using HTTP/2 with ARR and IIS 10 – Benjamin Perkins takes a look at the HTTP/2 support for IIS 10 and if it can be combined with Application Request Routing
- In-Memory Queue with Web API 2 and Websockets
– Doug Lampe takes a look at providing feedback for long running tasks in web applications using WebSockets at
- My Favorite Microsoft Developer Videos in 2015 – Scott Ge shares his favourite Developer Videos (conference session recordings generally) covering a wide range of developer topics on the .NET stack.
- Softwrap: A Visual Studio Code Extension – James Sturtevant shares a simple extension for Visual Studio Code which manipulates the settings for Soft Wrap
- More Visual Studio Code Extensions – Rendering Markdown through Pandoc – Doug Finke takes a look at using the Pandoc extension for Visual Studio Code to render markdown documents that you are authoring from within the IDE.
- (Not so) Stupid Question 283: What is string interpolation? & (Not so) Stupid Question 282: Why RGB and not RYB? – Iris Classon resumes her ‘(Not So) Stupid Question’ series with a look at String Interpolation in C# and Colour
- Ten questions on programmatic accessibility – Guy Barker answers 10 common questions about accessibility in Windows (generally XAML) based applications
- Are you ready for January 12? – Aaron Powell highlights the support changes for Internet Explorer occurring next week
- It’s 2016 already, how are websites still screwing up these user experiences?! – Troy Hunt takes a look at some of the many ways in which we are still destroying user experience on websites in 2016
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