End of summer 2022, the .NET team at Microsoft announced two things related to containers: .NET in Chiseled Ubuntu containers and then a week after built-in container support in the .NET 7 SDK. I have talked about both topics on two episodes of the French podcast devdevdev.net by my friend Richard Clark. In this post, I will explain what those are and how to combine them.Continue reading
WebAssembly (WASM) and WebAssembly System Interface (WASI) are opening new opportunities for developers. .NET developers became familiar with WASM when Blazor WebAssembly was released. Blazor WebAssembly runs client-side in the browser on a WebAssembly-based .NET runtime. WASI is bringing WASM out of the browser world by providing a system interface to run WebAssembly outside the web. It is a standard for how WASM modules interact with the host environment. This post will show you how to run .NET 7 on a Raspberry PI Zero 2 W using WASM and WASI.Continue reading
In the last post, we have seen how to call a service from another service using the Dapr .NET SDK. In this one, we will have a look at a possible way to simplify the development of the client code using Refit, the automatic type-safe REST library for .NET Core, Xamarin, and .NET.Continue reading
In the previous two posts, we tackled the way to start with Dapr and how to call services. In this one, we will see how we can leverage the Dapr .NET SDK to handle service to service calls.Continue reading
In the previous post “gRPC and C# 8 Async stream“, we looked at how gRPC server stream and C# 8 Async stream work great together. In this post, we are looking at the way we can, from the client, stop the server to stream results back.Continue reading
gRPC and its idea to describe an API in a standardized file, which can generate both client and server code to interact in different languages is a compelling idea.
In this post, I would like to have a quick look at the experience you would have with gRPC streaming capability and the new C# 8 async streams, which sounds like a perfect match.
I am just back from 2.5 months unpaid leave which I used to spend time with my family. So, I almost did not spend time with software development. One exception is that I wanted to be able to configure Visual Studio 2017 to be able to debug into ASP.NET Core 2.0 source code.Continue reading
In the last posts, we looked at the code to build a HipChat Connect add-on with ASP.NET Core, run the solution in a Docker container and secure the access to the application with a valid HTTPS certificate that we got from Let’s Encrypt for free and finally deploy all of this on Azure!Continue reading
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