ASP.NET Core 3.0 contains new features for building modern web applications and services. In this session, we'll show you how to use ASP.NET Core 3.0 to build full-stack solutions using the latest versions of C# and the .net Core 3.0 Framework.
In this meeting, David L. Penton will discuss creating and running .NET Core apps that compile and run on both Mac and Windows, some basics of .NET Core, the .NET Core CLI, and different deployment models (framework dependent vs. self-contained deployments).
When Amir was a kid, his first introduction to programming was through building games using VB6. You may have a similar story of coding for the first time, making some form of digital interactive media.
Elasticsearch and Kibana are easily my most favorite tools that I've started using over the last year. I want to show you how to use them. Elasticsearch is an easy-to-use distributed full-text search and analytics engine.
In the last meeting we practiced CSS layout, discussed how the display property works, and learned how to use floats effectively. In this session we will discuss Flexbox, a newer way to do CSS layout. This is a hands-on activity, so bring you computer. Be ready to code.
CSS Layout can be a bit difficult at times, but with a little guided practice you can learn the principles and start effectively using CSS to layout your web pages today. And in this session, guided practice is exactly what we are going to do.
Want to write your first cross-platform mobile application? Join us to learn how to write a mobile application using C# with Xamarin.Forms. Bring your laptop and follow along whether you are using Visual Studio or Visual Studio for Mac.
As developers, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the amount of new information in our field that we think we need to learn. What usually causes us to be overwhelmed is that we don’t have a clear idea of where we want to go.
Interviews can be stressful but practice helps. This month we are gathering together to help each other out by giving mock interviews. Well, mostly mock interviews as there will be people interviewing that are looking for people to hire.
One library to rule them all and in the compiler connect them. Microsoft has been promising this kind of shared code since the Framework fragmentation began. Now with .NET Standard, you can really write one library and multi-target for all the platforms you want.