Category: .NET Core

.NET 5 VIDEO: A New Era in .NET

Developers, Start Your Migrations! .NET 5 Paves the Way for a Great Development Experience! For the past several years, Microsoft has invested heavily in .NET Core, their open-source, cross-platform development solution. As a result, those working with the original .NET Framework have been receiving fewer updates. While .NET Core and .NET Framework are language compatible, […]

Migrating an Existing Application to ASP.NET Core 3.1 (VIDEO)

Discover how to get from an ASP.NET Core 2.1 project to the newest version of ASP.NET Core 3 in this video from the November 2019 Spokane .NET Users Group meetup. In this talk, I uncover the basic changes required to convert an existing application from ASP.NET Core 2.1 to ASP.NET Core 3.1. After the initial […]

Video: What’s New in ASP.NET Core 2.2

Who doesn’t like new features? Michael Stokesbary, senior software architect and trainer at IntelliTect and C# instructor at Eastern Washington University, was excited about the performance enhancements made to ASP.NET Core 2.2. He wrote a blog about the simplified web API authentication and decided to share what he learned in even more detail with the […]

Updating Sql Database to use Temporal Tables with Entity Framework Migration

In a couple of recent applications that IntelliTect developed for clients, we decided to use SQL Server Temporal Tables in order to track changes in the database over time. The apps we were working on were ASP.NET Core web applications, using Entity Framework Core (EF).  While we could have simply modified the databases using queries […]

Essential .NET: PowerShell Just Keeps Getting Better (MSDN)

In a departure from my recent focus on .NET Core, in this month’s Essential .NET Column I’m going to focus on a host of new features that significantly increase the power of Windows PowerShell. To me, the most significant improvements are in the area of cross-platform support—yes, really, PowerShell now runs on Linux. Not only […]