.NET in the Browser
The ASP.NET Blazor project aims to do what efforts like Silverlight could not—enable developers to write .NET-based Web apps for the browser without a plug-in.
How to be MEAN: Routing Angular
Unlike in most traditional Web applications, single-page frameworks like Angular require a mechanism to provide the kind of “scoping” or “segmenting” that page boundaries provide. Within Angular, that mechanism is called “routing,” as Ted Neward explains.
C# in the Browser with Blazor
Blazor is the new Microsoft experimental framework that brings C# into any browser without a plug-in. But an application in a browser isn’t all that useful unless it can access external data and services, so you'll learn how a Blazor app can call freely available Web services on the Web.
Managing Event Delivery with Azure Event Grid
David Barkol follows his February 2018 article that introduced Event Grid by delving into how events are delivered and exploring the options for retry policies, invalid events and events that aren’t successfully delivered.
Architect Blockchain Applications as Microservices
This article presents design principles, artifacts and code samples for building blockchain applications using a microservice architecture style and deploying them on the Azure Blockchain platform.
Xamarin Productivity and Platform Improvements for Visual Studio 2017
This article walks through the latest updates to productivity tools and platform support in Xamarin with Visual Studio 2017, from the announcements at //BUILD 2018 to the release of Xamarin.Forms 3.1.
Time of the Season
There was an era when media was rooted in time. From Saturday morning cartoons to Disney's Wonderful World of Color on Sunday evenings, broadcast media offered a shared cadence that no longer exists in a world of on-demand streaming
Cover of the Rolling Stone
MSDN Magazine offers talented developers a platform to share their hard-won insights with the community. Do you have an innovative solution or approach that can help developers in their jobs? We'd love to hear about it.
Deep Dive into EF Core HasData Seeding
The ability to seed data when running migrations disappeared in in the transition from EF6 to EF Core. Now EF Core 2.1 brings a new mechanism that’s a nice improvement over the workflow that existed in earlier versions of Entity Framework.