Posted by Anuraj on Sunday, September 18, 2016
C# ASP.NET Azure Azure Functions
This post is Azure functions. Azure functions is a new service offered by Microsoft. Azure Functions is an event driven, compute-on-demand experience that extends the existing Azure application platform with capabilities to implement code triggered by events occurring in Azure or third party service as well as on-premises systems. Azure Functions is a solution for easily running small pieces of code, or “functions,” in the cloud. You can write just the code you need for the problem at hand, without worrying about a whole application or the infrastructure to run it. This can make development even more productive, and you can use your development language of choice, such as C#, F#, Node.js, Python or PHP. Pay only for the time your code runs and trust Azure to scale as needed. In this post I am creating a Hello World Azure function, it will return HTML color code of a given color.
Posted by Anuraj on Friday, September 2, 2016
C# ASP.NET Bot Framework
This post is about how to deploy your Bot Application. For deployment you require Bot Id and Microsoft App Id. Both Ids can be created from Bot Framework portal, which can be accessed from http://dev.botframework.com. Once you register / sign in, you can create a new Bot from the Register a Bot menu. You need to set the Messaging endpoint to an HTTPS URL. While creating your bot, you can provide some https url here, which you can change later once you deploy the Bot.
Posted by Anuraj on Thursday, September 1, 2016
C# ASP.NET Bot Framework
This post is about building a conversational bot using Microsoft BOT Framework. At //Build 2016 Microsoft introduced something known as the Bot Framework; a set of products to help you build conversational bots and connect them with services, like Slack, Skype, and even Email and SMS. Microsoft Bot Framework is a comprehensive offering to build and deploy high quality bots for your users to enjoy in their favorite conversation experiences. Bot Framework provides just what you need to build, connect, manage and publish intelligent bots that interact naturally wherever your users are talking – from text/sms to Skype, Slack, Facebook Messenger, Kik, Office 365 mail and other popular services.
Posted by Anuraj on Friday, August 26, 2016
C# asp.net core MySql
This post is about using MySql in ASP.NET Core. Few days back MySql team announced release of Official MySql driver for ASP.NET Core. You can find more details about the announcement here. In this post we will explore how to use MySql driver and EF Migrations for MySql. Here I have created a Web API project using yoman aspnet generator. And you need to add MySql drivers for ASP.NET Core in the project.json file. Here is the project.json file.
Posted by Anuraj on Saturday, August 20, 2016
C# asp.net core NancyFx
This post is about using NancyFx in ASP.NET Core. NancyFx is lightweight, low-ceremony, framework for building HTTP based services on .Net and Mono. The goal of the framework is to stay out of the way as much as possible and provide a super-duper-happy-path to all interactions. Nancy is designed to handle DELETE, GET, HEAD, OPTIONS, POST, PUT and PATCH requests and provides a simple, elegant, Domain Specific Language (DSL) for returning a response with just a couple of keystrokes. Integration with NancyFx was available on earlier days (k days) for ASP.NET Core, but in DNX days it lost the support and now it is back.
Posted by Anuraj on Wednesday, July 20, 2016
ef core Stored Procedure C# asp.net core
This post is on using stored procedure in EF Core. The support for stored procedure in EF Core is similar to the earlier versions of EF Code first. In this post I am using NorthWind database for demo purposes. I am using database first approach to generate model classes. First I have created three stored procedures. One will select all the rows in products table, another with a parameter and the third one is inserting the data to table. Here is the implementation.
Posted by Anuraj on Monday, July 18, 2016
dotnet core dotnet cli C#
This post is about building a custom dotnet cli tool, using this you can extend the dotnet cli for various operations like minifing images, scripts, css etc. The tools used by the .NET CLI are just console applications, so you can create a dotnet core console application and use it. In this post I am building a tool to optimize images in the web application. I am using the ImageProcessorCore package.