Building Serverless web applications with Blazor and Azure Functions | On .NET

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In this episode, Jeff Hollan from the Azure Functions team comes to discuss the benefits of pairing Blazor webassembly applications along with Azure Functions. [01:12] – What are the benefits of Blazor in Serverless? [04:02] – Why does Blazor fit well with Serverless ? [09:56] – How to get started with Blazor and Azure Functions? […]

Securing your Azure applications with Azure.Identity | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, .NET Core, aft-net, Azure .NET Services, Azure Platform, Coding, Security

In this episode, Scott from the Azure SDK team joins us to talk about the Azure.Identity library and how it makes authentication easier for your Azure applications. [02:35] – Authenticating changing and the DefaultAzureCredential [04:32] – How the DefaultAzureCredential works [07:04] – How does Azure.Identity relate to MSAL [08:23] – Using Azure.Identity with an Linux […]

Understanding the Azure.Core library | On .NET

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In this episode, we joined by Microsoft Azure Software Architect, Jeffrey Richter, who gives us a thorough overview of the Azure.Core library and its HTTP pipeline implementation. [01:10] – The HTTP pipeline [05:58] – Extending the pipeline [07:55] – Creating custom policies [16:00] – Future potentials for the HTTP pipeline [17:11] – Why didn’t we […]

Diving into Durable Entities | On .NET

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Durable Entities is a new feature that will be available in Durable Functions v2, and will enable a new class of stateful patterns for Azure Functions. In this episode, Chris Gillum and Sebastian Burckhardt sit down with Jeremy to give us the rundown on Durable Entities. They talk about the differences compared to the actor model,  […]

Creating custom bindings for Azure Functions | On .NET

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Bindings in Azure Functions allows you to declaratively connect another resource to your serverless function as input or output. In this episode, Matías Quaranta takes us step by step through the fundamentals of creating a custom binding, and also how to incorporate it in an Azure Functions project. [03:44] – Step 1 Defining the attribute for the binding [05:38] […]

Leveraging the Dependency Injection support in Azure Functions | On .NET

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.NET developers have been taking advantage of dependency injection (DI) to make their code easier to test and manage. The latest update to Azure Functions v2 now has support for registering services with DI. In this episode, Fabio Cavalcante from the Azure Functions team joins us to showcase how this feature works. [00:58] – Why is dependency injection so […]

Building workflows with the Durable Task Framework | On .NET

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The Durable Task Framework allows developers to write long running persistent workflows in .NET code using familiar async/await capabilities. In this episode, Affan Dar, Simon Porter join Jeremy to give us a better understanding of this framework, what it enables, and where is it being used within Microsoft. [01:38] – What problem does the framework […]

Microservices and more in .NET Core 3.0 | On .NET

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Enabling developers to build resilient microservices is an important goal for .NET Core 3.0 In this episode, Shayne Boyer is joined by Glenn Condron and Ryan Nowak from the ASP.NET team who discuss some of the exciting work that’s happening in the microservice space for .NET Core 3.0. [00:22] – What’s the goal with the […]

DevOps For ASP.NET Developers Pt. 8 – Azure DevOps Integration with GitHub | On .NET

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With Azure DevOps, you have the option to use only the features you need. For instance you already have your own system for work item tracking or source control, you can still use those along with Azure Pipelines. In this video, Abel and Jeremy walk us through the first class integration that Azure DevOps has […]

DevOps For ASP.NET Developers Pt.7 – Templates and Scaffolding Tools | On .NET

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Throughout this series, we have gone through everything from work item tracking, unit testing and even build pipelines. This all happened with CI/CD already setup in Azure DevOps. What if you don’t have a pipeline already setup? How do you get started with creating one? In part 7 of our series, Abel and Jeremy show […]