How to use Dapper in ASP.Net Core

Dapper is an open source, lightweight “micro ORM” that supports many databases including SQL Server, MySQL, SQLite, SQL CE, and Firebird. By using Dapper in your applications you can simplify...

It’s gotten a little easier to develop PWAs in Windows

Progressive web applications (PWAs) are web applications that cross the boundary between web and app. They run in your browser andcan be downloaded to run as standalone apps. With support...

How to use the proxy design pattern in .Net

Design patterns are used to solve the recurring problems and complexities in designing software applications. The are divided into three categories: creational, structural, and behavioral. Creational design patterns are...

How to use NLog in ASP.Net Core

NLog is a free, open-source, and easy-to-use logging framework that supports .Net Core and ASP.Net Core as well as the .Net Framework, Xamarin, and other Microsoft platforms. NLog is easy...

How to work with Azure Logic Apps in .Net

Automation of business processes and workflows is of paramount importance in today’s enterprises. With the increase in demand for cloud computing, enterprises need a way to integrate workflows and applications...

Introducing MSIX, the one installer for all Windows apps

Building installers on Windows used to be complicated. It all depended on which installation tool were you using and how was your code being distributed. Could you wrap an executable...

How to work with threads in C#

A thread is the smallest unit of execution within a process. Multithreading is the ability to have multiple threads in memory at a given time and switch among them to...

How to use JWT tokens in ASP.Net Core 2

ASP.Net Core is an open source, cross-platform, lean, and modular framework for building high-performance web applications. Unlike earlier versions of the framework, ASP.Net Core 2 provides support for JSON Web...

6 security reasons to upgrade to Windows 10

From advanced authentication to new privacy controls, Windows 10 offers users solid security reasons to upgrade.

6 practical reasons businesses should upgrade to Windows 10

Believe it or not, a large number of businesses haven’t upgraded to Windows 10 yet. Here’s why they should.

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