Content Negotiation is a powerful and core part of HTTP, but vastly under-utilized in ASP.NET Web APIs. Part 2 of 5 explains in detail how the ASP.NET framework supports it. We also highlight some challenges.
Content Negotiation is a powerful and core part of HTTP, but vastly under-utilized in ASP.NET Web APIs. Part 1 of 5 covers what it is and why you should use it. We also shop for donuts.
.NET's Parallel.For() will not play nice if you pass it a Task or an async lambda...
Twisten Updated! Twisten is my little app that reads your Twitter feed to you via text-to-speech, letting you keep your eyes on your work. Fixed: Authorizing and connecting to Twitter API. Prior version used an older library that only supported HTTP. Need to use HTTPS. Enhancements: Read tweets from a List. Just enter the list... Continue Reading →
Visual Studio has code coverage built in, but only if you run VS Premium or better. Sometimes this isn't available, which is what sent me looking for a free alternative. OpenCover fits this goal perfectly. The output isn't as pretty as VS, but no worries. ReportGenerator has integrations with the OpenCover output and creates some... Continue Reading →