D-Bus is a Linux message bus system. Many system daemons (like systemd, PulseAudio, bluez) and desktop services can be controlled via D-Bus. Some applications can be reached via the global system bus and others are on a per-user-login-session bus. Higher-level bindings are available for various popular frameworks and languages. Tmds.DBus is a .NET implementation. The …
Exploring .NET Core with Microservices, ASP.NET Core, and Entity Framework Core
October 20, 2017
Windows developers have always enjoyed the productivity boost you get with the .NET platform, tools like Entity Framework and ASP.NET, and the amazingly-powerful C# language. Now, .NET Core extends those same benefits to Linux-based systems, offering a true cross-platform solution for enterprise application development. The .NET Core tools, including Entity Framework Core and ASP.NET Core, are lightweight and modular, and they offer similar performance to native Linux and JVM-based frameworks without requiring you to learn a new toolset or rebuild your applications. In a world where platform lock-in is an unpardonable sin, .NET Core offers a perfect pathway to the cloud-based, distributed environments that rule the day.
Introduction to Nethereum Blockchain in dotNetCore
October 19, 2017
This article describes the process of using a blockchain platform like Ethereum in dotNet core. The target audience are other dotNet developers who want to start with Ethereum. Understanding of blockchain is needed. In this article we construct a full example that ...
The .NET Core roadmap communicates project priorities for evolving and extending the scope of the product. New product experiences and features will include changes in various layers of the product, in some combination of the runtime, framework, language compilers and tools. Each component may have its own component-level roadmap that will available in the repo for that component. The .NET Core team is currently focused on Web, Cloud, Microservices, Containers, and Console applications. We encourage the community to work with us to improve .NET Core for these scenarios and extend it for others.
ASP.NET Core – Best practices (tips and tricks) – an opinionated approach –
October 15, 2017
This post is about ASP.NET Core best practices post. We will talk about some of the best practices while working with ASP.NET Core. It is a collection of tips and tricks, different strategies and approaches to make your code and project easier to maintain. Also, it will be more pleasant to work on the project. These include the ways to organise the solution, project, pieces of code, tips for writing tests and other things that developers deal with.