To read the last post, see The week in .NET – 7/12/2016.
Last week’s show was postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. This week, we will have Rowan Miller on the show to talk about EF Core.
Package of the week: ImageResizer
ImageResizer is an IIS/ASP.NET lightweight HTTPModule, REST API and managed API that is used for safe and highly-optimized server-side image processing.
Below is an example on how to convert and resize images as they are being uploaded:
Game of the week: Tumblestone
Tumblestone is a fast paced action-puzzle game where players can battle their friends in multiplayer or spruce up their skills in the story or arcade modes. Tumblestone’s story campaign features over 40 hours of progressively difficult content with challenging puzzles, boss battles and 10 different game play modifiers. In arcade mode, players can kick back and relax with the casual Marathon mode, solve challenging puzzles with Infinipuzzle mode or play the fast-paced Heartbeat mode.
User group meeting of the week: C# 6 and C# 7 with Kathleen Dollard
On Tuesday, July 19 at 5:45 PM, the Boulder .NET User Group is hosting a meeting where you’ll hear about C# 6 and C# 7.
- .NET Core Roadmap, by Scott Hunter.
- Visual Studio ‘15’ Preview 3 for C# and Visual Basic, by Kasey Uhlenhuth.
- Exploring dotnet new with .NET Core, by Scott Hanselman.
- Build, publish and release DotNet Core 1.0.0 apps on Azure Websites with VSTS, by Clemens Reijnen.
- Introducing “Force Feedback Programming”, by Robin Sedlaczek
- Creating your own OpenID Connect server with ASOS: introduction, by Kévin Chalet.
- Step by step: .NET Core, Azure Service Bus and AMQP, by Carlos Mendible.
- Adding EF Core and PostgreSQL to an ASP.NET Core project on OS X, by Andrew Lock.
- Formatters And Content Negotiation In ASP.NET Web API 2, by Akhil Mittal.
- Securing ASP.NET Web API, by Sovit Poudel.
- No ConfigurationManager in ASP.NET Core, by Jonathan Danylko.
- Working with user secrets in ASP.NET Core applications, by Jürgen Gutsch.
- F# Docker Image
- The Elm Architecture using Fable, by Tomas Jansson
- Why F#, by Rachel Reese.
- TDD Studio, an Open Source alternative to nCrunch, written with F#
Check out F# Weekly for more great content from the F# community.
- Create native iOS and Android apps with Visual Studio and Xamarin, by James Montemagno.
- Xamarin Forms Architectural Guidance, by Adam Pedley.
- Xamarin Forms Navigation Awareness, by Peter Freeman Foot.
- Introducing Realm Xamarin
- Visual Studio Tools for Unity 2.3, by Jb Evain.
- Unity and C# Tutorial – Lesson One [Video], by Craig Hinrichs.
- 0.0 Unity Tower Defense Tutorial – Introduction [Video], by inScope Studios.
- Difference Between Update and FixedUpdate, by Unity Geek.
And this is it for this week!
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