Tag Archives: Visual Studio

Links of the month (August Edition)

August is gone and it is time for another Links of the month. This time I have prepared a lot of Azure- and ASP.NET-related articles for you. If you have nothing planned so far for the end of this month, you should definitely AzureCon brought to you by many Microsoft and community experts.

Microsoft Azure

ASP.NET

Visual Studio

Power BI

Hadoop

Docker

Have fun!

Jan (@Horizon_Net)

Links of the month (May Edition)

May is finally over and it is time for another Links of the month. This edition contains a lot of articles covering the upcoming ASP.NET version and how it plays together with Linux and runs on a Mac. This leads over to another main topic of this issue: Visual Studio. As some of you may recall from the last issue Microsoft released a new development environment called Visual Studio Code. You will find articles on how to setup GitHub with Visual Studio Code and how you can use TypeScript in it.

Microsoft Azure

ASP.NET

Visual Studio

Power BI

Hadoop

Miscellaneous

Have fun!

Jan (@Horizon_Net)

Links of the month (November Edition)

This month was an(other) exciting one for all .NET developers, especially the ones working in the open source space. Earlier this year the .NET Foundation showed a way Microsoft could possible go in the future. The connect() event two weeks ago has exceeded the expectations made with the .NET Foundation. This Links of the month will share some posts related to the announcements.

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Links of the month (July Edition)

July is gone for nearly two weeks, but I don’t want to miss to share my favorite links of the month. Today I just have a few links, but believe me … they are great. Most of them are about ASP.NET, such as how you can return raw JSON content from ASP.NET Web API or how you can use integer keys instead of strings in ASP.NET Identity, but I also have two very interesting articles for Visual Studio/TFS for you. One of them talks about my favorite set of technologies (of course Azure) in combination with a great tool I just have played around last week (Visual Studio Release Management).

ASP.NET

– Announcing the Release of ASP.NET MVC 5.2, Web API 2.2 and Web Pages 3.2
– ASP.NET Identity 2.0 Extending Identity Models and Using Integer Keys Instead of Strings
– JSON and Microsoft technologies
– Token Based Authentication using ASP.NET Web API 2, Owin, and Identity
– Returning raw JSON content from ASP.NET Web API
– Dependency Injection in ASP.NET vNext
– Composing API responses for maximum reuse with ASP.NET Web API

Visual Studio

– Integrate NodeJS tools in Visual Studio / TFS
– How to deploy to Standard or Azure environments in Release Management 2013 with Update 3 RC

GitHub

– Responsive Dashboard
– AngularJS Style Guide

Miscellaneous

– Angular Style Guide
– TypeScript – New Compiler and Moving to GitHub

Have fun!

Jan (@Horizon_Net)

Links of the month (June Edition)

June is already gone and it is time for another bunch of links which I found interesting. They range from (a lot of) ASP.NET articles over TypeScript to some interesting GitHub projects. Also last month the soccer world cup has started. Correspending to this event I added some PowerBI links which explains some collected data related to it.

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Links of the month (May Edition)

May has passed and it is time for my favorite articles of the month. Today I have a lot of stuff related to ASP.NET and its future version. I decided to include valuable AngularJS in future posts, so from now on you will also find some articles covering this topic.

ASP.NET

Microsoft Azure

Visual Studio

AngularJS

TypeScript

Have fun!

Links of the month (April Edition)

Another month has past and after Build we had a lot to do (or still have to). The problem is that Microsoft (and especially the Azure team) is still delivering new stuff. Today I have some interesting readings from April. It ranges from ASP.NET Identity over Application Insights to the announcement of TypeScript 1.0 … and of course the newest releases on Microsoft Azure.

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