Hello and welcome to This Week in .NET — a lovingly curated collection of links relating to what’s new and exciting in the world of .NET. The complete list is tagged #dotnetweekly. (Don’t forget to check out our weekly #jsweekly and #frontendweekly roundups too!)
- The Visual Studio Code Team announce the June 2016.3 release.
- Krueger Systems has a neat project called Continuous, a Processional C#/F# IDE for the iPad.
- ESLint team announces the release of v3.0.0.
- Daniel Rosenwasser announces TypeScript 2.0 Beta.
- Tim Brock takes a look at the generation of random numbers in programming an dother aplications.
- Matt Watson looks at using both xproj and csproj files with .NET Core.
- Gabor L Ugray wrote a Part 1 to building an ASP.NET Core web app for a Linux VPS.
- Francois Boucher covers creating and deploying a .NET Core Web App to Azure from Linux.
- Damien Bowden looks at injecting configurations in Razor Views in ASP.NET Core.
- Jeremy Morgan gives a nice introduction to IIS application pools.
- Rick Strahl discusses authentication and authorization techniques for ASP.NET web API based services with Lets Encrypt SSL Certificates.
- Sovit Poudel discusses authentication and authorization techniques for ASP.NET Web API based services, such as, implementing API Keys.
- AJSON takes a look at the common pattern of pagination of results and more specifically how to view and scroll millions of records.
- Jacob Rossi talks about the progress of web apps.
- rohits79 looks at lazy sequences in C#, F# and ES2015.
- Rob Farley announces that SSMS will finally be able to talk to Azure SQL DW.
- Robin Osborne shows us how to create our first botframework bot in Azure.
- Sudha Rani Polapragada covers the web.config and its impact to the entity framework transformation process.
- Ayende looks at how to create a fast transaction log, on windows.
- Iris Classon covers a (not so) stupid question on what is OWASP and what is the WebGoat project?
- Kaycee Anderson shares a look at the 7 different ways in which you can look at variables while debugging in Visual Studio.
- The ASP.NET Team had their most recent community standup on July 12th. Be sure to check out Jeffrey T. Fritz notes too!
- ASP.NET Monsters joined with Mads Kristensen talk about the new Bundler Minifier.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s links. Which ones caught your attention?
Please PM me if you have anything of interest for the next issue, and happy reading! - cpradio