After the highlights of July-2016, this is the second summary of the month. Again I’ll try to summarize my blog … Continue reading Highlights of August 2016
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
The book Professional C# and .NET Core 1.0 covers – as the title says – C# 6 and .NET Core … Continue reading What’s in there for Universal Windows Platform App Developers?
The book Professional C# and .NET Core 1.0 covers – as the title says – C# 6 and .NET Core … Continue reading What’s in there for ASP.NET Core Web Developers?
The book Professional C# and .NET Core 1.0 covers – as the title says – C# 6 and .NET Core … Continue reading What’s in there for WPF Programmers?
It’s a MILESTONE, .NET Core 1.0 is released! For .NET this is the biggest step since the release of the .NET Framework in the year 2002. We have a new .NET! Continue reading .NET Core 1.0 is Released!
Explaining the null conditional operator (also known null propagation operator or as Elvis operator). This operator allows reducing the code by simplifying null checks. Continue reading C# 6 – Null-Conditional Operator
Recently I’ve been asked a few times how it is possible to release the book *Professional C# 6 and .NET Core 1.0′ while .NET Core is still not yet released. A statement I received is “we don’t know what features we have in .NET Core 1.0 RT”. I’ve several answers to this, and give you my answers here. Continue reading Professional C# 6 and .NET Core 1.0 RC2
Dependency injection is built-in with .NET Core. Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection is a framework that is an essential part for ASP.NET Core, but can be used with other application types such as console applications, WPF, UWP, and Xamarin as well. This article shows the core functionality of this new framework using a simple console application.
Continue reading Dependency Injection with .NET Core
This article shows using the .NET Core package Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection, Prism.Core and a custom .NET Core library from a UWP application. Continue reading Using .NET Core Libraries from UWP