Wednesday July 20, 2016, 6:00 PM
With Microsoft finally releasing .NET Core and ASP.NET Core (yes, we know, the tooling is still preview but the bits are real :)), let’s see what it takes to actually write a full application from scratch using this new technology stack. We have previously had talks that covered the basics of the framework and the tooling, but now let’s walk through an end to end application development experience. The goal for this talk is to cover:
- dotnet cli
- Entity Framework Core
- Deployment (to both Azure and OpenShift)???
It’s a lot to cover, but I have faith we can get through it all.
Wednesday April 13, 2016, 6:00 PM
River View Corporate Center –
With the “new Microsoft” comes a new way of getting client side libraries within Visual Studio. Nuget is still around, but it is recommended to only be used for .NET Server Side code, so what is a developer to do for client side tooling? Come learn how Microsoft has adopted the “Web Standards” way to get the tools needed for building applications. There are many options to pick from (NPM, JSPM, Bower, Grunt, Gulp, etc) and the combinations can become overwhelming. This talk won’t go into depth about every tool out there, but it will give guidance on what tools have been used in a tried and true production environment.
This will be our first attempt at a remote led presentation, so a URL will become available for those who want to attend remotely about 30 minutes before the presentation is scheduled to begin. The meeting post on the site will be updated with that URL.
The link for the meeting is https://meet.lync.com/intellitectsp/phil/OJKWDXYA.