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Justin Luk joins Scott Hanselman to show the new Azure Cloud Shell editor. Since its launch, Cloud Shell included a variety of editors (vi, emacs, and nano) for editing files. In collaboration with the Visual Studio Code team and their open-source Monaco project, the same web standards-bas...

If you’ve followed our previous posts about using Azure App Service to host web apps in the cloud (1. Introduction to App Service, 2. Hosting web apps that use SQL) you’re already familiar with how easy it is to get an app running in the cloud; but what if the app doesn’t work correctly (it’s... Rea...

Chacko Daniel joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure Service Fabric Mesh, which offers the same reliability, mission-critical performance and scale customers get with Service Fabric, but no more overhead of cluster management and patching operations. Service Fabric Mesh supports both Windows and Lin...

The standard for browsing the web over a text-=based terminal is Lynx, right? It's the legendary text web browser that you can read about at https://lynx.invisible-island.net/ or, even better, run right now with docker run --rm -it nbrown/lynx lynx http://hanselman.com/ Awesome, right? But it's text...

Yashesvi Sharma joins Scott Hanselman to discuss how to significantly reduce costs up to 72 percent compared to pay-as-you-go prices with one-year or three-year terms on Windows and Linux virtual machines (VMs). When you combine the cost savings gained from Azure RIs with the added value of the Azur...

In recent releases of Visual Studio 2017, there has been a great focus on improving the experience of working with Razor files (*.cshtml). The improvements were aimed at addressing the most pressing customer-facing issues and included changes from formatting and IntelliSense to general performance a...

Xiaokai He joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure SignalR Service. See how easy it is to start building your real-time web application without setting up your own SignalR server.For more information, see:Azure SignalR Service product pageAzure SignalR samples (GitHub)ASP.NET SignalRWhat is Azure Sig...

Last week I looked at "dotnet outdated," a super useful .NET Core Global Tool for keeping a project's NuGet packages up to date. Since then I've discovered there's a whole BUNCH of great projects solving different aspects of the "minor version problem." I love this answer "Why?" from the NuKeeper (i...

Nate McMaster shares a project supporting browser live-reloading changes to TypeScript files while developing in ASP.NET Core....

Jerrie Pelser has written a free online book which details the process of building a simple application allowing users to explore all the airports of the world on a map....

I've moved my podcast site over to ASP.NET Core 2.1 over the last few months. You might want to follow the saga by checking out some of the recent blog posts. Upgrading my podcast site to ASP.NET Core 2.1 in Azure plus some Best Practices Major build speed improvements - Try .NET Core 2.1 today U...

Damien Bowden updates the default Identity Pages template to use Bootstrap 4....

As of June 25, the version of Bower shipped with Visual Studio was deprecated, resulting in Bower operations failing when run in Visual Studio. If you use Bower, you will see an error something like: EINVRES Request to https://bower.herokuapp.com/packages/bootstrap failed with 502 This will be fixed...

Kiran Madnani chats with Scott Hanselman about Azure Monitor, where you can set up alerts to monitor the metrics and log data for the entire stack across your infrastructure, application, and Azure platform. Learn about the next generation of alerts in Azure, which provides a new consolidated alerts...

Travis Illig clarifies some of the Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration. usage patterns and how the new system works based on questions and common issues he has seen "in the wild"....

Shayne Boyer walks through how he updated the ASP.NET Core Workshop and made sure that any future changes to to .NET Core 2.1 are checked....

Why? Because it's awesome. Sometimes a project comes along that is impossibly ambitious and it works. I've blogged a little about Peachpie, the open source PHP compiler that runs PHP under .NET Core. It's a project hosted at https://www.peachpie.io. But...why? Here's why: Performance: compiled cod...

Byron Tardif joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure App Service Web Apps, the best way to build and host web applications in the programming language of your choice without managing infrastructure. It offers auto-scaling and high availability, supports both Windows and Linux, and enables automated d...

Anthony Chu covers the origins of Signal R and how it has been rewritten to run on ASP.NET Core and address the needs of today’s real-time applications, and shows how to get started building ASP.NE......

Damien Bowden shows how an ASP.NET Core Razor Pages application could be setup to use webpack, Typescript, and npm to build and bundle the client js and CSS for development and production....

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