devblogs.microsoft.com · Oct 05, 2020
In the world of MicroServices, .NET core gained more popularity because of its powerful original .NET Framework and ability to run in any platform.The purpose of writing this post is to illustrate…
Developing applications that span multiple operating systems in .NET Core while working with Time Zone information can lead to unexpected results for developers not familiar with the differences in how operating systems manage Time Zones. In this post, we will explore those differences and the challenges they present.
This blog describes and outlines some best practices for using new the logging system which has been introduced with .NET Core but is also available in all .NET Standard 2.0 supporting .NET frameworks.
We’re excited to announce the release of .NET Core 3.1. It’s really just a small set of fixes and refinements over .NET Core 3.0,...
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.NET Core provides a clean configuration system and in ASP.NET Core that code is automatically configured for you. In test and other non-Web projects however you have to manually configure the configuration provider yourself. In this post I look at a couple of ways to set up a configuration provider both using raw configuration objects or by explicitly configuring through the depedency injection system.