ASP.NET Weekly - Issue #17

Hey everyone, Don't know if you have noticed, but there's a new (old) web browser in town. Firefox ha
November 17 · Issue #17 · View online
ASP.NET Weekly
Hey everyone,
Don’t know if you have noticed, but there’s a new (old) web browser in town. Firefox has made massive leaps forward with their new Quantum browser in both the speed and memory departments.
I have been using it for a few weeks, and like it. If you’re keen on trying something new, go download it.
Another cool thing I saw yesterday was that Microsoft is working on adding real-time collaboration to Visual Studio.
Hope you enjoy this week’s edition. Remember to share it with your friends!
- Jerrie Pelser

Featured Blog Posts
Modern Configuration for ASP.NET 4.7.1 with ConfigurationBuilders
EF Core Multi-Tenancy: Query Filter
Displaying and Setting Current ASPNET Assembly Version
Things you wanted to know about storing passwords but were afraid to ask
Fast Free Geolocation with
Interesting Videos
The videos this week come from the Connect() conference which is currently happening in New York. Neither are very technical, but they are a good reminder of all that Microsoft is offering us developers in the Cloud.
Keynote - Journey to the intelligent cloud | Connect(); 2017 | Channel 9
Keynote - Building the intelligent apps of the future | Connect(); 2017 | Channel 9
In today’s code section I want to offer you two alternatives to the excellent Automapper library. It’s always good  to consider alternatives 😉
GitHub - TinyMapper/TinyMapper: A quick object-object mapper for .NET
GitHub - agileobjects/AgileMapper: A zero-configuration, highly-configurable object-object mapper
Other interesting blog posts
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