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We are going to have a look at how we can implement some of the different HTML event attributes in Blazor and how easy it is to set up.
This is an initial release of a partial implementation of the .NET platform on top of the Java Virtual Machine, and compatible with Android runtime. The Bluebonnet bytecode compiler translates .NET CIL into Java bytecode in Java classes, and additional run-time support is provided by the Baselib library.
The .NET 5.0 release is now “feature complete”, meaning that very nearly all features are in their final form (with the exception of bug fixes still to come). Preview 8 is, appropriately, the last preview. We plan on releasing two go-live release candidates before the final .NET 5.0 release in November. This post describes a selection of features across the .NET 5.0 release.
In this post, I will try to explain concurrency, producer/consumer, and System.Threading.Channels concepts using a practical example, to refresh our collective memories.
In this post I'll share some of the lessons learned migrating 25 Azure Function apps and 5 web apps to ASP.NET Core.