Tagged: C#

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C# Interactive is super handy

C# Interactive is super handy and it is a REPL (Read-Eval-Print-Loop), in the same vein as shell languages. It was introduced in late 2015, is accessible directly from Visual Studio and allows to enter...

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Testing secure endpoint using postman

Once our API is built, we need to provide a mechanism to document and test it quickly and without using a Web Debuggers such as Fiddler, Postman, etc. instead, we will use the Swagger...

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Google Cloud Text to Speech in C#

Google has just released, in beta, a service on Google Cloud Platform to convert text into audio data, you can use Google Cloud Text to Speech in C# easily. The audio rendering is much better...

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Why to move to ASP.Net Core 2.1

ASP.Net 2.1 is packed with new features and improvements that make web development even more efficient but let’s see why to move to ASP.Net Core 2.1. With the release of version 2.1 of ASP.Net...

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WebAssembly and Blazor .NET, The future of Web

Over the years front-end development tightly coupled with JavaScript or any flavor of it. However, things are about to change in near future. Have you ever dreamed of writing c#/java/any-language-of-choice code for the client-side...

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Leverage FluentMigrator in ASP.NET Core 2.0

Let’s see how easy it is to use FluentMigrator in ASP.NET Core 2.0 🙂 If this is the first time you hear about FluentMigrator then here is the description from https://fluentmigrator.github.io/ Fluent Migrator is a migration...