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The Morning Brew #3289

Information .NET Source Generators: Finding Class Declarations – Khalid AbuhakmehCoding Shorts: Changes to Coming to Startup in .NET 6 – Shawn WildermuthDynamic Code Generation in Marten V4 & Testing effectively – with or without mocks or stubs – Jeremy D MillerSynchronous vs Messaging: When to use which? – Derek ComartinDesigning Load Tests...

The Morning Brew #3288

Software Rider 2021.2: Support for ASP.NET Core Endpoints, Blazor WebAssembly Debugging, and More – Alexandra KolesovaReSharper 2021.2: Updates to C# Code Analysis, Nullable Reference Types, and Source Generators and Introducing HttpClient URI Support! & The v2021.2 Releases for dotCover, dotMemory, dotTrace, and dotPeek Are Here! – Alexander...

The Morning Brew #3287

Information Bite-Size C# 10 – File-Level Namespaces – Matthew JonesBe careful with .NET Core Folder Structure – Dennes TorresSecuring an Angular app which uses multiple identity providers – Damien BowdenBeyond OAuth? GNAP for Next Generation Authentication – Dan MoorePower of composition with map and bind – Danyl NovhorodovBDD: Before You Begin...

The Morning Brew #3286

Software .NET Framework July 2021 Cumulative Update Preview – Tara Overfield Information Specification Pattern vs Always-Valid Domain Model – Vladimir KhorikovCoreWCF 0.2.0 Release – Matt ConnewThe Serverless Sliding Scale – Mark Heath.NET Infographics – Bartosz AdamczewskiOpen for extension, closed for modification as an architectural...

The Morning Brew #3285

Information Speed up your .NET and C++ development with Hot Reload in Visual Studio 2022 – Dmitry LyalinDomain-Driven Refactoring: Extracting Domain Services – Jimmy BogardMessage Driven Architecture to DECOUPLE a Monolith – Derek ComartinMarten, the Generic Host Builder in .Net Core, and why this could be the golden age for OSS in .Net – Jeremy...

The Morning Brew #3284

Information Referential transparency fits in your head – Mark SeemannDapr v1.3 is now available – Dapr project maintainersAzure Service Fabric 8.1 Release – Azure Service Fabric TeamConversation about the .NET open source project – Richard LanderHow Does the StringBuilder Work in .NET? (Part 3) How Appending Works and the StringBuilder Expands...

The Morning Brew #3283

Information Converting chunks to a string with ToString(): A deep dive on StringBuilder – Part 3 – Andrew LockCSLA 5 and 6 – Rockford LhotkaBrief Update on Marten V4 – Jeremy D MillerWelcome to the Community Toolkit! – Michael HawkerBlazor Debugging Improvements in Rider 2021.2 – Rachel AppelThe friendly SMS reminder with Logic Apps, Azure Functions...

The Morning Brew #3282

Information Securing ASP.NET Core Razor Pages, Web APIs with Azure B2C external and Azure AD internal identities – Damien BowdenCreating a Dapper Helper C# Class to Generate Parameterized SQL – Matthew JonesEnums in C#: Hidden Pitfalls – Sergey VasilievAlpaca Preview: Native Swift with ASP.NET Core – Eric SinkWhat is CQRS? – Gary WoodfineWorking...

The Morning Brew #3281

Information ASP.NET Core 6 and IAsyncEnumerable – Async Streamed JSON vs NDJSON – Tomasz PęczekCoding Shorts: Changes to Coming to Startup in .NET 6 – Tomasz PęczekHow to measure elapsed time without allocating a Stopwatch – Gérald BarréTOP 5 .NET MAUI new features – DotnetsaferIntroducing C# 10: Mix declarations and expressions in a deconstruction...

The Morning Brew #3280

Software MSIX Packaging Tool July 2021 Release is now available! – Sharla_Akers Information Try the new System.Text.Json source generator – Layomi AkinrinadeDomain-Driven Refactoring: Long Methods – Jimmy BogardHow to Build Multi-Platform Apps with Uno Platform and Blockchain – Uno Platform TeamDebugging JavaScript, DOM, CSS and...

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