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  • Book Review and Q&A: ASP.NET Core in Action by Andrew Lock

    ASP.NET Core in Action by Andrew Lock, covers ASP.NET Core from the beginners start to an ending, with the fundamental knowledge to build web applications using this modern, highly available, highly scalable and cross-platform framework. If you are new to ASP.NET MVC programming, the book gives a good overview of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern as well as the legacy from the .NET Framework

  • Securing web.config with Encryption Certificates on Windows and Azure

    A major area where security is often lax is the web.config file. Usually stored in plain text, an intruder who gains access to this file can then easily access databases and other resources both internal and external. With this technique, secrets in your web.config can be encrypted using the Windows certificate store

  • Q&A with Elton Stoneman on Migrating Workloads and Running Docker on Windows

    These are still early days for Docker on Windows but the possibilities in terms of workloads keeps growing. InfoQ spoke with Elton Stoneman, author of the book Docker on Windows, and speaker at the recent WinOps conference, to understand how to run containers on Windows and which kind of workloads are a good choice for migration.

  • Introducing Prefix and Retrace : Interview with Stackify's Founder Matt Watson

    Stackify was founded in 2012, making it a relatively new player in the field of Application Performance Management (APM) and code profilers. InfoQ reached out to Matt Watson, founder and CEO of Stackify, to learn more about its products Prefix and Retrace.

  • Getting Started with ASP.Net Performance Monitoring and Optimization

    “This web page is slow” is a common and regular complaint about web sites, especially since web applications started replacing desktop applications. While the web brings some desirable characteristics such as global delivery, it also brings its share of challenges at the performance level.

  • C#/Web API Code Generation Patterns for the RAML User

    In this article, Jonathan Allen outlines the design patterns that users of REST specification languages such as RAML, Swagger, and API Blueprint should adhere to when generating code for C# and ASP.NET Web API. This includes topics such as model validation, async support, and request cancellation.

  • Creating a Sales Dashboard with Bootstrap and ShieldUI

    Bootstrap is a front-end framework, which addresses important development problems such as element positioning, application responsiveness and multi-device rendering. This article shows how to use it, along with ShieldUI, to create a sales dashboard.

  • Review and Interview with Dean Hume - Author of Fast ASP.NET Websites

    In the review, Anand examines the coverage of Fast ASP.NET Websites authored by Dean Hume. The book helps developers to learn the various techniques associated with the optimization of ASP.NET websites.

  • How Composite C1 Found Success by Becoming Open Source

    In today’s environment it is difficult to offer commercial products, especially in highly competitive fields such as content management systems. Finding themselves being squeezed out of the market, Composite C1 found a way to thrive by releasing their core product under an open source license with cloud based hosting.

  • Exposing CQRS Through a RESTful API

    Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) is an architectural pattern that segregates reads and writes of a system into two separate models. We propose and demonstrate an approach for building a RESTful API on top of CQRS systems. This approach joins HTTP semantics and resource-based style of REST APIs with distributed computing concerns such as eventual consistency and concurrency.

  • What to Use on the Microsoft Stack

    With Microsoft’s unwillingness to officially deprecate technologies such as Silverlight, figuring out which technologies on the .NET stack have a future and which should be avoided can be challenging. To help you out, we have summarized what we know of Microsoft’s intentions when it comes to business applications.

  • Deploying it right with AppVeyor CI and PowerShell

    Deploying real applications is hard. Questions arise when there are configuration settings in the Registry, custom folders structure, or you have to deploy to a web cluster. In this article we look at setting up continuous delivery for a solution consisting of ASP.NET web application and Windows service to a staging and production environments using PowerShell remoting and AppVeyor CI.

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