Guide to create and run .Net Core application using CLI Tools: .Net Core CLI Part I

.Net Core provides a new cross-platform tool-chain for developing .NET applications which are nothing but the .Net CLI tools. CLI tools are really powerful and easy to use, as a developer we should know how to use these commands. These commands would be very useful if you are looking for creating Continuous Integration(CI) and\or Continuous Deployment(CD). … Continue reading Guide to create and run .Net Core application using CLI Tools: .Net Core CLI Part I

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GDPR in .Net Core: .Net Core Security Part VII

We know that GDPR is officially part of a low in Europe from 25th May 2018. There are some awesome enhancements shipped with .Net Core 2.1, one of them is support for GDPR. Let us see what are the things added for GDRP in .Net Core 2.1 What is GDPR? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation … Continue reading GDPR in .Net Core: .Net Core Security Part VII

Create an application with Angular 6 and .Net Core: Step by step guide

Angular 6 is announced recently which has introduced some pretty awesome features. Let us see how to create Angular 6 application with and without using .Net Core SPA templates using Visual Studio 2017. There are more than one ways to create Angular 6 application with .Net Core, Let us see some of them. Make sure you … Continue reading Create an application with Angular 6 and .Net Core: Step by step guide

C# 8.0 Expected Features Part – IV : Something new for Indexes and ranges

In my previous post, I have explained about one of the features of C# 8.0 which is Switch expression. Have a look here for other features of C# 8.0. In this post, I will explain one more future feature which is called Ranges. This feature creates 2 new objects, one is System.Index and another is System.Range and we can … Continue reading C# 8.0 Expected Features Part – IV : Something new for Indexes and ranges

C# 8.0 Expected Features Part – III : Switch Expressions

C# 8.0 is coming soon and we have already seen some amazing features lined up for C# 8. Have a look here for some features of C# 8. Pattern matching Pattern matching has already been introduced with C# 7.1 and I have written an article on the same which you can find here. .Net team has … Continue reading C# 8.0 Expected Features Part – III : Switch Expressions

First look of ML.NET: Microsoft Machine Learning framework for .Net

Finally a Nuget package for Machine learning I always wanted to have a Nuget package which can be plugged with a .Net application by which we can create Machine learning applications. Microsoft has announced the Open source and Cross-platform Machine learning framework ML.NET ML.NET first version ML.NET is just a baby yet but it has … Continue reading First look of ML.NET: Microsoft Machine Learning framework for .Net

.Net Core 3.0 is coming: Exciting time ahead for Windows Desktop applications

You can find my all .Net core posts here. .Net Core 3 is coming Microsoft has recently announced the teaser for .Net Core 3 and it is not lesser than any other big brand movies 🙂 .Net Core 3 will mainly focus on Windows desktop applications, specifically Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Framework (WPF), and UWP XAML. So … Continue reading .Net Core 3.0 is coming: Exciting time ahead for Windows Desktop applications