Visual Studio Subscriptions | Visual Studio Toolbox

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In this episode, Robert is joined by Caity Buschlen and Aaron Mast, who show us the resources available as part of Visual Studio subscriptions, including developer tools, cloud services and training. For more information, visit https://aka.ms/vssubstoolbox.  Additional resources: Visual Studio Subscriptions resources for remote learning and productivity blog post Visual Studio Subscriptions Documentation Compare subscription […]

Introducing the Diagnostics Client Library for .NET Core | On .NET

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In this episode, we’re joined by Software Engineer Sung Yoon Whang from the .NET Runtime team. He’s here to talk to us about the diagnostics client .NET Core. Using the library, you can communicate with CoreCLR to gather diagnostics dumps from your running application. [01:31] – What is the library for? [03:26] – Creating a […]

Consuming GraphQL in C# | On .NET

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In this episode, Brandon show us how to consume a GraphQL endpoint from a C# client, specifically an iOS + Android written in C# using Xamarin. Learn more: https://codetraveler.io/DotNetGraphQL [02:17] – Querying a GraphQL endpoint [06:59] – Viewing the results in a Xamarin app [09:58] – Alternative programming models [11:00] – Follow up resources Useful […]

Jupyter Notebooks in Visual Studio Code | Visual Studio Toolbox

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In this episode, Robert is joined by Jeffrey Mew, who shows how you can natively edit Jupyter notebooks in Visual Studio Code. Jupyter (formerly IPython) is an open-source project that enables you to easily combine Markdown text and executable Python source code on one canvas called a notebook. These notebooks contain live code, equations, visualizations […]

Running F# in WebAssembly with Bolero | On .NET

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In this episode, you will learn how to run F# code in WebAssembly in the browser using an open source framework called Bolero. [01:13] – What is the goal of WebAssembly? [04:46] – Introducing Bolero [08:14] – How F# executes in the browser? [15:03] – Supported Bolero programming models [27:55] – Learning more about Bolero […]

The Architecture behind the nopCommerce eCommerce Platform | On .NET

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nopCommerce is a mature eCommerce platform build on ASP.NET Core. Originally, it was built on Web Forms and over the years it moved to Mvc and now too ASP.NET Core. In this episode, John Baluka joins Christos to give us an interesting look at the architecture of nopCommerce. They dive into topics such as validation, […]

Working with the new Microsoft.Data.SqlClient | On .NET

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In this episode, Vicky Harp joins Jeremy to talk about the new Microsoft.Data.SqlClient. They discuss why this new package was created, feature scenarios it supports, and also show off some demos of how to migrate. [01:20] – Why is there a new SqlClient package [03:54] – How do the features compare to the previous SqlClient […]

Coding F# in Visual Studio Code with Ionide | On .NET

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In this episode, Phillip Carter sits down with Cecil to talk about the Ionide extension for Visual Studio Code. Ionide has tons of great features for F# developers working in Visual Studio code such as autocomplete, packet integration, syntax highlighting and much more. [00:55] – Introducing Ionide [03:11] – Getting started with Ionide [04:16] – F# […]