ASP.NET Weekly - Issue #77

🔥 Happy Monday everyone 🔥 I hope all of you had a great weekend and had an opportunity to rest and re
February 18 · Issue #77 · View online
ASP.NET Weekly
🔥 Happy Monday everyone 🔥
I hope all of you had a great weekend and had an opportunity to rest and recharge.
Microsoft is releasing Visual Studio 2019 on Tuesday the 2nd of April. Be sure to check out the website for the launch event as they will stream various sessions throughout the day.
There will also be local events at various locations around the globe in the months following the launch. Have a look on the local events page to see if there is an event happening near you.
If there isn’t an event in your area, why don’t you consider hosting one? You can do so by filling out this form.
- Jerrie Pelser

Featured blog posts
Making Your .NET Application Less Quirky
Eight things your existing ASP.NET apps should get for “free” from a good platform
Renovate your .NET solution
Auto Generated .NET API Clients using NSwag and Swashbuckle Swagger
The Ultimate Guide to Asynchronous Programming in C# and ASP.NET - Exception Not Found
Individual developer settings in ASP.NET Core
The latest on Blazor
I have not given much attention to Blazor for quite a while, so this talk by Steven Sanderson at the recent NDC London conference was very informative to me - and will probably be very informative to you too.
A lot of what he talked about was new to me, but what was particular exciting was some of the things they are working on that are coming to future releases of Blazor:
  • Debugging Blazor code inside Visual Studio
  • Server-side rendering
  • Ahead-of-time compilation
If you have a spare hour to watch this video, I can highly recommend it.
Blazor, a new framework for browser-based .NET apps- Steve Sanderson
Updates from Microsoft
Break When Value Changes: Data Breakpoints for .NET Core in Visual Studio 2019
.NET Core February 2019 Updates – 1.0.14, 1.1.11, 2.1.8 and 2.2.2
.NET Framework February 2019 Security and Quality Rollup
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