SpecsFor 7 final is here!
Author: <span class="vcard">Matt Honeycutt</span>
Both SpecsFor 6 and 7 are now available. SpecsFor 6 brings support for .NET Core, while SpecsFor 7 extends support to Autofac.
A collection of Angular, ASP.NET Core, Node, and general development links.
I’m finally creating a new “Build Your Own Application Framework” course. Now is your chance to shape this course and make sure it covers the topics you care about!
Every application needs some configuration data. For ASP.NET Core applications, we can pull configuration data from JSON files, environment variables, or anywhere else we want. For Angular applications, we can define environment-specific configuration files that are automatically wired up for us based on our build configuration. But what do we do when we need to…
This post may seem a bit off-topic, but for the past several years, when I’m not building Angular and ASP.NET applications, I’ve been working in the Internet of Things. Microsoft Azure IoT Hub has been a game-changer in this space, and my latest Pluralsight course, Azure IoT Hub for Developers: Getting Started, was crafted to…
There’s actually news in the world of SpecsFor! .NET Standard support has arrived, plans for the next version are becoming a little more concrete… read on if you want to catch up!
Angular 6 is out! That’s great, except that the Visual Studio 2017 Angular templates haven’t been updated yet. BUT, all is not lost, because it’s actually (relatively) easy to upgrade. Let’s take a look!
It’s been a long time coming, but Heroic.AutoMapper 5.0 is now live on NuGet, and with it, support for .NET Standard (and therefore .NET Core)!
Displaying feedback to your users is one of those common, cross-cutting (boring!) requirements that should be baked in to your application’s framework. That’s just as true with old-school ASP.NET MVC as it is with ASP.NET Core and Angular. In this post, I’ll show you how you can bake this capability in to a modern Angular…