ASP.NET Core Deep Dive into MVC at Build 2016

ASP.NET Core is a new open-source and cross-platform framework for building modern applications. Previously called ASP.NET 5. Renamed and V1 version. Everything is modular, you can pull in from Nuget. Much faster development cycle because Nuget. ASP.NET Core designed and optimized for the cloud. ASP.NET Core is all about choice. You can get started with … Continue reading ASP.NET Core Deep Dive into MVC at Build 2016

Building UWP 2D Apps for Microsoft HoloLens at Build 2016

Why build 2D apps for HoloLens? It's a 3D device. HoloLens has lots of capabilities for 2D. You app is not trapped, you can put your apps where it matters to you. Cooking apps in the kitchen, Productivity apps in the office. Devices have postures: hunches over the computer. HoloLens spans all of these postures … Continue reading Building UWP 2D Apps for Microsoft HoloLens at Build 2016

ASP.NET Overview – The Empire Strikes Back at Build 2016

Scott starts by installing Visual Studio 2015 Preview in 1 minute and 20 seconds.ย  Installing and opening Visual Studio in 1 minute and 40 seconds total. Installing off a memory stick. We've got ASP.NET 4.6 for WebForms, MVC and Web API. Then there is ASP.NET Core 1.0. .NET Core 1.0 runs on Linux es Windows. … Continue reading ASP.NET Overview – The Empire Strikes Back at Build 2016

.Net Overview – A New Hope at Build 2016

Exciting times for .Net. Acquiring Xamarin rounded up .Net. There should be nothing that you can build with .Net. .Net today. The family gets bigger. We have the .Net Framework, it comes with Windows and it's the best platform to build desktop applications. Xamarin becomes part of the family today, better license on Mono. Recently … Continue reading .Net Overview – A New Hope at Build 2016