• News

    Open Source Orleans ('Distributed .NET') Hits Version 3.0

    Orleans, an open-source, cross-platform framework for building distributed applications with .NET that was created by Microsoft Research nine years ago, has been updated to version 3.0, with a new scheduler, code generator, co-hosting support and more. 10/30/2019

  • Practical ASP.NET

    Declarative Claims-Based Authentication in ASP.NET Core 3.0

    While security in ASP.NET Core is wholly claims based, you can still use the Authorize attribute to control access to your application. You just need to set up the right policies to work with the claims associated with the current user. 10/29/2019

  • Practical ASP.NET
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    How to Authorize Users in Blazor Declaratively

    When it comes to controlling which users can access which functionality in a Blazor application you not only have access to all of the user’s authentication you can authorize the user’s actions without writing any code. 10/28/2019

  • C# Corner

    ASP.NET Core Security, Part 2

    Eric Vogel follows up on his previous post on getting started with ASP.NET Core security. Now that .NET Core 3.0 is out, he shows how to upgrade the code from Part 1 to ASP.NET Core 3.0, put pages behind login, create user roles, and use existing roles to restrict access to pages. 10/24/2019

  • News

    New CollectionView Highlights Xamarin.Forms 4.3 Stable Release

    Microsoft announced the stable release of Xamarin.Forms 4.3, the latest update to its flagship cross-platform mobile development framework, providing a UI toolkit for building native Android, iOS, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps using C#. 10/23/2019

  • Why Rejection Prevents Zombies in ASP.NET Core

    You have a responsibility to your organization to reject bad data, otherwise bad things will happen. When it comes to creating Web services, your first line of defense is the ApiController attribute. 10/22/2019

  • News

    Top .NET Vulnerabilities: SQL Injection, Path Traversal and Cross-Site Scripting, Says Security Firm

    Contrast Security published an analysis of real-world application attack and vulnerability data from September 2019, finding that in the .NET world, the top three vulnerabilities were SQL Injection, Path Traversal and Cross-Site Scripting, followed by XML External Entity Injection (XXE) and Xpath Injection. 10/22/2019

  • How to Integrate Code with Code Snippets in Visual Studio

    Code snippets don’t just have to be inserted into your code -- they can also be used to wrap some structure around your code. 10/21/2019

  • News

    Visual Studio Code SQL Server Tool Gets IntelliCode, Object Explorer

    The mssql extension for Visual Studio Code, used to support SQL Server connections and T-SQL editing, has been updated with IntelliCode functionality and a new Object Explorer, among other new features. 10/21/2019

  • The Data Science Lab
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    How to Do Logistic Regression Using ML.NET

    Microsoft Research's Dr. James McCaffrey show how to perform binary classification with logistic regression using the Microsoft ML.NET code library. The goal of binary classification is to predict a value that can be one of just two discrete possibilities, for example, predicting if a person is male or female 10/18/2019

  • News

    Microsoft Open Sources Projects for Microservices, Kubernetes

    Microsoft, which now calls itself an open source company, announced two new projects that serve to live up to that moniker, one for microservices and one for Kubernetes applications. 10/18/2019

  • News
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    VS Code Gets Java Code Navigation Update, New Code Actions, More

    The monthly update to Java on Visual Studio Code sees updated code navigation, new code actions, Java 13 support and more. 10/18/2019

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