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The .NET ecosystem is continuously growing and empowering developers to create amazing applications. Join us as we take a look at the APIs, the tooling, and some of the interesting projects being created in the .NET ecosystem. You can follow our host, Rich Lander at @runfaster2000 on Twitter. Use the hashtag #OnDotNET to let us know what you think about the show and even suggest topics you would like to see.

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The .NET ecosystem is continuously growing and empowering developers to create amazing applications. Join us as we take a look at the APIs, the tooling, and some of the interesting projects being created in the .NET ecosystem. You can follow our host, Rich Lander at @runfaster2000 on Twitter. Use the hashtag #OnDotNET to let us know what you think about the show and even suggest topics you would like to see.

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    Packaging and deploying .NET Core for Linux - Part 1

    Packaging and deploying .NET Core for Linux - Part 1

    In this episode, Rich sits down with Todd Gardner to talk about how his team is building their Request Metrics project. They discuss various topics such as self contained publishing, deploying to 64-bit Linux, and more [03:35] - What not JavaScript?[05:27] - Reviewing the architecture[09:20] - Building and Deploying[16:23] - .NET Core with System D[18:16] - Declaring infrastructure with Ansible[24:22] - Exploring the Request Metrics application Useful links Host ASP.NET Core on Linux with NginxVisual Studio publish profiles (.pubxml) for ASP.NET Core app deploymentTrackJSRequest MetricsThe Building of Request Metrics (YouTube Channel)

    • 32 min
    • video
    Using Twilio to send WhatsApp Messages

    Using Twilio to send WhatsApp Messages

    Twilio enables developers to add rich communication features to their applications via HTTP APIs that can be used with any programming language. In this episode, Corey Weathers from Twilio returns to show us how we can use Twilio's integration with the WhatsApp messaging platform in our .NET applications [01:36] - Messaging on WhatsApp vs SMS[03:04] - Exploring the Twilio Sandbox for WhatsApp[06:10] - Messaging with the Twilio .NET SDK[07:17] - Supporting other messaging channels[08:48] - Responding to messages Twilio Quest Twilio API for WhatsApp Programmable SMS Quickstart for C# with .NET Core How to use Twilio for voice and SMS capabilities from Azure

    • 15 min
    • video
    An introduction to Twilio

    An introduction to Twilio

    Twilio enables developers to add rich communication features to their applications via HTTP APIs that can be used with any programming language. In this episode, Cecil is joined by Twilio Dev Evangelist Corey Weathers. Corey shows us how to get setup with Twilio and their NuGet package in an existing ASP.NET Core application. [01:02] - What is Twilio?[03:08] - Enhancing Contoso Crafts with Twilio[04:54] - Getting setup with Twilio in ASP.NET Core[13:10] - Inspecting the TwilioClient code[18:25] - Learning resources Useful Links Twilio QuestGetting Started with ASP.NET Core Razor PagesGet started with a free Twilio accountHow to use Twilio for voice and SMS capabilities from Azure

    • 20 min
    • video
    Reliable Async Systems with Coyote - Part 2

    Reliable Async Systems with Coyote - Part 2

    Coyote is a set of .NET libraries and tools designed to help detect potential problems in your asynchronous code. In this episode, Chris Lovett returns to show us how to use actors for concurrency with Actor. [00:58] - Can you test Coyote with Coyote?[02:52] - Actors as an option for concurrent programming[07:40] - Implementing actors with Coyote[16:05] - How does the Coyote engine handle tasks vs actors?[17:03] - Can Coyote integrate with other actor models?[19:00] - Testing with different scheduling strategies[28:46] - What are the performance trade-offs? Useful Links Coyote HomepageCoyote GitHub.NET Threading

    • 38 min
    • video
    Reliable Async Systems with Coyote - Part 1

    Reliable Async Systems with Coyote - Part 1

    Coyote is a set of .NET libraries and tools designed to help detect potential problems in your asynchronous code. In the episode, Rich chat with Chris Lovett about the issues developers face with writing asynchronous code and how Coyote can with discovering those hard to find issues. [00:44] - What is Coyote[02:22] - What's hard with testing async code?[07:45] - Visualizing async code flow[10:57] - Coyote TPL demo[17:20] - Detecting deadlock demo[26:42] - Next steps with Coyote Useful Links Coyote HomepageCoyote on GitHub.NET Threading

    • 29 min
    • video
    ASP.NET Core Series: SignalR

    ASP.NET Core Series: SignalR

    ASP.NET Core SignalR is an open source library that makes that helps developers add real-time web functionality to their applications. In this episode, Christos chats with our friend Brady Gaster from the ASP.NET Team. Brady gives quick overview of what we can do with SignalR as well as highlights some of the new features the team has been working on. [00:58] - What's new with ASP.NET Core ?[05:05] - What is SignalR?[07:00] - (Demo) Connecting browsers with a SignalR Hub[12:14] - Enabling WebSockets on Azure App Service.[14:20] - Connection durability and reconnects[17:51] - Client targeting[19:00] - Scaling out a SignalR backend Useful Links Introduction to ASP.NET Core SignalRASP.NET Core updates in .NET 5 Preview 6Use ASP.NET Core SignalR with TypeScript and Webpack

    • 23 min

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