.NET Core
.NET Core is a modular, cross-platform, and open source software development framework that is used to build Windows, Web, and Mobile applications for Windows, Linux and OS X platforms.

Blogs

  • Performance - Exception Trapping

    Last year while presenting my Rock Your Code: Code and App Performance in Microsoft .NET session at a conference, one of the attendees asked me if using the When() clause is faster or not when trap...
  • .NET Core - Basic Information

    .NET Core is an absolutely free, cross platform and open source s\w framework for Windows, Linux and macOS
  • Dynamic Connection String In .NET Core

    This blog describe how to read and use dynamic connection string from appsetings.json file.
  • Check Out The .NET Core 2.1 Preview 2 And The Ten Year Anniversary Of GitHub

    In the fast-paced world today, wherein technology and economy trends are changing fast, organizations need to quickly adapt to the right technology to have a competitive edge. Custom software appli...
  • Getting Started Angular In .NET Core 2

    In this blog, you will learn how to get started Angular with .NET Core 2.
  • How To Install .NET Core 2

    This blog demonstrates, how to install .NET Core.
  • Enable .NET Core Standard 2.0 In Visual Studio 2017

    Learn to enable .NET Core Standard 2.0 In Visual Studio 2017.
  • .NET Core Extented Architecture And Separation Of Concerns

    Most of the projects start as small projects and with time they turn into medium or even large projects. By the time that we realize this is happening, it might be too late and can cost us a lot to...
  • .NET Core Errors - Part One - Solution For “No Executable Found Matching Command “dotnet-ef”

    This error comes if you have not added Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Tools in your Tools section of project.json file or if you have not added DotNetCliToolReference into the ItemGroup section. I w...
  • Ways To Add Dependency Packages In .NET Core

    Well, there are many ways to achieve this. One is via Visual Studio and another way is through command prompt. Let’s quickly have a look.
  • Containerizing A .NET Core Application Using Docker, ACS And Kubernetes - Part Four

    In this part, we are going to run our .NET core application in the cluster inside docker containers.
  • Containerizing A .NET Core Application Using Docker, ACS And Kubernetes - Part Three

    In this post we will first create a kubernetes cluster using Azure Container service and then we will connect to the cluster using a client.
  • How To Use An Area In ASP.NET Core

    How to use an Area in ASP.NET Core.
  • Containerizing A .NET Core Application Using Docker, ACS And Kubernetes - Part One

    This post aims to give you a quick start on how to create a .Net core web API, containerize it using docker and deploy it to a kubernetes cluster running in Azure container service.
  • Containerizing A .Net Core Application Using Docker, ACS And Kubernetes - Part Two

    In this part, we will see how to containerize our application using Docker.
  • jQuery Calendar Lightweight Changeable Year And Month, Calendar Validation Up To the Current Date

    This blog illustrates jQuery Calendar, which has a lightweight changeable year and month, and Calendar validation up to the current date. Multiple text boxes have common code for the calendar.
  • Difference Between ASP.NET MVC And ASP.NET Core

    In this blog, you will learn the differences between ASP.NET Core 1.0 vs ASP.NET MVC.
  • How To Publish And Deploy NET Core Website On IIS

    Learn how to publish .NET Core 1.0 website using Visual Studio and deploy it on IIS. A step by step guide along with illustrative images.
  • How To Install .NET Core 1.0

    In this blog, you will learn how to install .NET Core 1.0.
  • Introduction To .NET Core

    In this blog, you will learn about .NET Core.