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Entity Framework Core 2.1 Release Adds Improved SQL Query Generation

by Jeff Martin Follow 16 Followers on  Jun 04, 2018

Entity Framework Core 2.1 has been released, bringing with it many features existing EF developers have long waited for. EF Core 2.1 adds support for SQL GROUP BY, support for Lazy Loading, and data seeding, among others.

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ASP.NET Core 2.1 Brings SignalR, Razor Class Libraries

by Jeff Martin Follow 16 Followers on  Jun 01, 2018

ASP.NET Core 2.1 has been released, and brings a host of new features that include new templates, Razor Class Libraries, and SignalR for ASP.NET Core.

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Microsoft Announces Preview of Azure SignalR Service

by Martin Abbott Follow 3 Followers on  May 18, 2018

Microsoft recently announced a public preview of the Azure SignalR Service during their annual Build developer conference in Seattle. SignalR has been available for download as a separate ASP.NET library but this is the first time it has been available as a fully-managed service.

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Comparing WCF Performance to ASP.NET Core

by Jeff Martin Follow 16 Followers on  Apr 06, 2018 2

One would expect to find that ASP.NET Core has better performance than older technologies like Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). Developers have setup a comparison between the two technologies to see if this indeed the case.

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ASP.NET Core and F# with Giraffe

by Pierre-Luc Maheu Follow 4 Followers on  Oct 23, 2017

Giraffe is an F# micro web framework for building web applications. It sits on ASP.NET Core, providing an F# API to the web framework. Giraffe is intended for developers who want to build web applications in F# while retaining access to the features of ASP.NET Core and its ecosystem.

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Microsoft .NET Architecture Guidance Released

by Michael Stiefel Follow 6 Followers on  Aug 30, 2017

Four application architecture guides are available from Microsoft's Developer Division and the Visual Studio product teams. This guidance covers four areas: Microservices, Docker, Web Applications with ASP.NET Core and Azure, and Enterprise Applications Using Xamarin Forms. Each guidance is contained in an eBook. There are two end-to-end reference applications that the guides use as examples.

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