.NET Core uses dependency injection (DI) intensively, and thus a dependency injection framework is part of its core with Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection. … Continue reading .NET Core Dependency Injection with Configuration
September, 20th I’m back at BASTA! in Mainz, Germany – this time with two presentations. One is about adaptive layouts … Continue reading BASTA! 2016 in Mainz
With .NET Core, applications can be deployed including the runtime, and the runtime can be used from the target system … Continue reading Self Contained .NET Core Applications
Probably you’ve issues using .NET Core libraries from Universal Windows Platform apps. If you get errors such as package restore … Continue reading Problems using .NET Core with UWP?
.NET Core gives more and easier options for configuration. Do you store your configuration values with XML files? Do you … Continue reading Configuration with .NET Core
With that many ongoing information and technology updates faster and faster, I’ll try to summarize my blog posts and twitter … Continue reading July 2016 in Review
With a service that should be injected via dependency injection, but needs some configuration, .NET Core offers a mechanism to … Continue reading .NET Core Dependency Injection with Options
September 12, 2016 I’m teaching a 5-day ASP.NET Core Workshop in Vienna – this will be a great week covering … Continue reading Workshop – ASP.NET Core Websites and Services
.NET Core 1.0 is released, but what is .NET Core really? This article steps into the framework, ASP.NET Core, the … Continue reading What is .NET Core?
The year 2016 is the year of the command-line. Several years ago when i was working on the Unix operating … Continue reading dotnet-new