C# Software Developer Tool List
I don’t think I have to make the point of how important tools are. What would we do without IDEs like Visual Studio? Or without good email clients like Gmail and Outlook? For power users like software engineers, good tools can 10x your productivity. Everyone got their favorite tools, and I think I gathered a pretty good list. So here’s my list of tools that I use every day and highly recommend.
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Simplest dependency injection setup for WPF and Prism 6
Are you looking for the easiest and simplest dependency injection setup for WPF and Prism? Look no further.
Preview 3 of .NET 8 includes a new project templates to create an API with a todo service instead of the weather forecast . Looking into the generated code of this template, there are a lot more ch…
.NET MAUI Team Stamps Out Memory Leaks, Tweaks NuGet Packaging
Released last week, .NET MAUI in .NET 8 Preview 3 mostly continues the effort to improve the quality of UI controls, layout and memory management, Microsoft said.
Microsoft Intros Native AOT for ASP.NET Core
In the new .NET 8 Preview 3, Microsoft introduced initial support for native Ahead-of-Time (AOT) compilation in the framework's web-dev component, ASP.NET Core.
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Converting Strings to .NET Objects – IParsable and ISpanParsable
A new feature of C# 11 allows abstract static members with interfaces. This makes it possible to define class methods to be used as a contract with a generic class implementation.
Exploring gRPC project in ASP.NET Core
In this post, we'll explore what we have in gRPC in ASP.NET Core and also look at what is a proto file and how they are compiled.