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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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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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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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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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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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Orchestration and choreography in .NET microservices

Orchestration takes a centralized approach, and choreography a decentralized approach, to coordinating the interactions of microservices. Understand the differences.

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Cobol in .NET with Otterkit

Old languages never die, they just get ported to a new runtime. Here’s a look at a new open source project for .NET that can help modernize Cobol.

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The best new features in ASP.NET Core 7

The latest version of Microsoft’s web application development framework brings excellent new capabilities to middleware, minimal API apps, and more. Here are the highlights.

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Microsoft pledges support in .NET language updates

The company has just updated its strategy for C#, F#, and Visual Basic, committing to performance and stability for all three languages.

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How to use implicit and explicit operators in C#

Take advantage of implicit and explicit operators to convert between user-defined types and improve the readability of your code.

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How to work with Action, Func, and Predicate delegates in C#

Learn how you can take advantage of delegates like Action, Func, and Predicate to facilitate callbacks and add flexibility to your code.

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.NET Community Toolkit 8.1 enhances MVVM capabilities

MVVM toolkit updates include new diagnostic analyzers and performance optimizations for improved developer user experience.

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How to work with delegates in C#

Take advantage of delegates to promote flexibility and code reuse in your .NET applications and to implement event-driven programming with ease.

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How to use OpenAPI in ASP.NET Core

Take advantage of the built-in support for OpenAPI in ASP.NET Core to automatically document your HTTP endpoints. Minimal APIs are supported too.

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Microsoft previews Graph API proxy for developers

Graph Developer Proxy allows developers to test their Microsoft Graph applications locally by simulating Microsoft Graph API errors and mocking Microsoft Graph API responses.

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