Now that .NET Core 2.1 Preview 1 has released it is time for a preview of what you can expect to see in Preview 2 and beyond in the
System.IO namespace. The
2.1 release changes are the largest changes in quite some time.
In this series, we are going to go through a detailed example of how to use .NET Core, Angular 4 and MySQL for ASP.NET Core web application development.
Remember .NET before generics? Matt Warren dives into how generics came to be in .NET.
Not every method we asynchronously invoke works with cancellation tokens. When faced with an asynchronous operation we want to be able to cancel that doesn’t support cancellation tokens, one option is to implement our own cancellation logic by registering a callback with the token.
In this tutorial, we’ll build an IoC container from scratch which supports transient and singleton registries. The code we write is fully unit tested with NUnit and we think you’ll learn some valuable tips.