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How to work with EF Core migrations in ASP.NET Core

Take advantage of migrations in EF Core to manage database schema changes over time and keep them in sync with the data models of your ASP.NET Core applications.

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Intro to Tauri: The Electron alternative

Build cross-platform native applications using virtually any web framework and a Rust back end. Here's a look at Tauri under the hood.

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What’s new in TypeScript 5.0

Latest upgrade to Microsoft’s strongly typed JavaScript, rebuilt to use ECMAScript modules, promises to be smaller, faster, and simpler.

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How to handle errors in minimal APIs in ASP.NET Core

How to use the exception handling middleware in ASP.NET Core to handle errors gracefully in your minimal API applications.

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.NET 8 Preview 2 brings Blazor performance boosts

ASP.NET Core improvements in the second .NET 8 preview include a high-performance Blazor component for displaying tabular data and partial JIT compilation for Blazor WebAssembly apps.

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Microsoft introduces reliable web app pattern for .NET cloud apps

Microsoft’s reliable web app pattern is a set of best practices for migrating ASP.NET web applications to its Azure cloud.

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Building the component model for Wasm

The WebAssembly component model lays the groundwork for a language-agnostic component system, one that allows any Wasm application to use components written in any programming language.

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How to send emails using SendGrid in ASP.NET Core

Take advantage of SendGrid to integrate reliable and scalable email into your ASP.NET Core applications. Here’s how.

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7 awesome JavaScript projects to check out today

The JavaScript ecosystem is rich with innovation and expanding rapidly. Here are seven tools and frameworks that point to what's next for JavaScript.

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Design effective AI prompts with Microsoft Prompt Engine

Microsoft’s open source tool helps you write code to work with generative AI, ensuring results give correct information and stay on topic.

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State of JavaScript: A conversation with Sacha Greif

The 'State of JavaScript' visionary discusses what he's learned from creating and maintaining this vital open source community resource.

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Deno adds package.json support

Deno 1.31 automatically detects package.json and uses it to install and resolve dependencies, making it easier to move from Node.js.

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ASP.NET Core gets full-stack web programming in .NET 8

Blazor United combines server-side and client-side rendering in a full-stack web programming model in ASP.NET Core 8, now available in a first preview.

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How to use parameter binding in minimal APIs in ASP.NET Core

Take advantage of parameter binding in ASP.NET Core 7 to convert request data to strongly typed parameters, improving both application performance and code maintainability.

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Explore Bun.js: The all-in-one JavaScript runtime

Bun is an ambitious project that is quickly emerging as a drop-in replacement and faster alternative to Node.js. Here's a look at how Bun works and how to use it for your server-side JavaScript applications.

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Microsoft .NET 8 bolsters Linux support

.NET 8 Preview 1 is now available. Microsoft plans monthly previews with general availability due this fall.

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Visual Studio 2022 17.5 arrives with C++ enhancements, AI coding suggestions

Latest upgrade to Microsoft’s flagship IDE also promises more streamlined API development and significantly improved code search.

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Microsoft offers Visual Studio IDE extension for .NET upgrades

Developers can move apps to .NET 6 and .NET 7 from older technologies.

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