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Happy New Year! We kick off the year by Getting Down to Business with ASP.NET Core from Rick Strahl. Other great articles include Using F# Type Providers for Data Science, Processing Large Datasets with C# and SQL Server and Building Cordova Apps. CODE can help you acheive your New Year's Resolution to stay up to date with the latest developer tech!
Articles in this issue:
Rod writes about his experiences in the trenches and how enthusiasm for novelty can sometimes cause problems.
If you need to navigate around your Single-Page Application (SPA), you’ll want to know about routing in Angular. Paul shows you how.
Sahil gives some excellent suggestions for dealing with a multiple-platform world using Apache Cordova and a single code base. He’s going to debug with TypeScript and sourcema...
Facebook’s ReactJS copyright is a curious combination of the BSD OSS license and a grant document. John tells you what that means and whether or not that’s good news for your project.
You know that F# is the Next Big Thing, but did you know that it uses type providers? Rachel shows you how to use them to access data in no time.
Building an API-based app doesn’t have to be daunting. Rick shows you how to use Angular 2.0 to build a small app that breaks out business logic, uses a repository class to co...
These days, you can’t build apps for a single platform. Jason shows you how to use Facebook’s open source tool React Native to save wear and tear on development teams and the bottom line.
Every system needs to be tested before being set loose on an unsuspecting public. Keith uses Coverage.py to figure out how much information about code is enough, and what kind...
Once upon a time. HTML forms were invented to provide a link between the various functions in an application. Then other tools pushed them aside. But the time has come for HTM...
If you’ve got large datasets, you don’t want to slow the system down every time you save them to your SQL Server database. Rod shows you an uncomplicated way to keep your records zipping along.
Ted takes a look at an age-old technique for helping new devs acclimatize to new jobs.
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