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David Hayden
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C#7 in Visual Studio 2017 as well as Python 3.6 allow the underscore to be used as a digit separator in numeric literals. This works in decimal, hexadecimal, and binary notation. Interesting how both C# 7 and Python 3.6 came out with these numeric literal enhancements around the same time.

#csharp #python #dotnet #dotnetcore #python3 #csharp7 #python36 #microsoft #dotnetcore #aspnetcore

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Another great C# 7 feature that you can try out in Visual Studio 2017: Local Functions! In this C# Tutorial I walk through a couple of classic programming challenges used during job interviews to showcase the new local functions feature in C# 7.

#csharp #vs2017 #visualstudio #microsoft #dotnet #dotnetcore

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Really enjoying the new tuple support in C# 7 ! Tuples in C# are now like Python where they have a brief syntax, support for named elements, and can be deconstructed using deconstructing declarations.

#csharp #vs2017 #visualstudio #microsoft #dotnet #dotnetcore

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Here is a step-by-step tutorial developing your first ASP.NET Core Web Application using the dotnet CLI web template. This is the absolute best way to getting started, because you can familiarize yourself with all the middleware and packages used to create an ASP.NET Core Web App. The initial web template includes all the logging, configuration, and authentication pieces as well as shows off Entity Framework Core with SQLite.

#microsoft   #aspnet   #aspnetcore   #dotnetcore   #dotnet   #webdevelopment   #webdeveloper   #macos   #macosx   #visualstudio   #visualstudiocode   #vscode  

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I wrote a quick tutorial on how to develop your first .NET Core C# Console Application on macOS using Visual Studio Code. It's pretty easy, but if you're struggling I hope it can be of help. I'll create a few more .NET Core Tutorials on building ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core Apps as well.

#microsoft   #csharp   #macosx   #vscode   #visualstudio   #visualstudiocode   #osx   #macos   #math  

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Microsoft released .NET Core 1.0 yesterday. I installed it on my MacBook Pro and developed a quick C# console application running on macOS using Visual Studio Code. The debugging support with the C# Extension was pretty good and the new terminal window in Visual Studio Code made it real easy to execute the terminal commands needed to set-up and run the console app. I was pretty happy with the experience. I expect using Entity Framework Core 1.0 and developing ASP.NET Core Apps will be pretty easy, too.

#microsoft   #csharp   #dotnet   #dotnetcore  

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Visual Studio Code supports snippets. I have been using some from the marketplace and was curious how to create custom user snippets. I wrote a quick tutorial that shows how to create a JavaScript snippet that makes it much easier to write React Stateless Functional Components with Properties. This example can be applied to any custom code snippet you want to create in Visual Studio Code.

#visualstudio   #visualstudiocode   #vscode   #snippets   #react   #reactjs   #microsoft   #javascript   #webdevelopment   #webdev   #webdeveloper  

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Snipcart Shopping Cart v2.0 was recently released and so I updated my Snipcart Orchard CMS Modules to support it. I wrote a quick blog post sharing my experience using the Snipcart Shopping Cart GitHub Repo with Visual Studio Code, Gulp, Browsersync, and Sass.

#snipcart   #orchardcms   #cms   #gulpjs   #sass   #browsersync   #webdev   #webdevelopment   #commerce   #ecommerce   #ecommercedevelopment  

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Visual Studio Code allows one to configure Gulp as a task runner and run Gulp Tasks. Although most of your Gulp Tasks will be automated via gulp watch, there are times you need to run manual Gulp Tasks. Here is how you configure Gulp as a task runner in Visual Studio Code and run Gulp Tasks.

#gulp   #visualstudio   #visualstudiocode   #microsoft   #webdev   #webdevelopment

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Visual Studio Code 1.0 is released. Build 2016 had a great presentation on tips and tricks as well as a sample on using Visual Studio Code with React.js and Webpack.

#react   #reactjs   #webpack   #vscode   #visualstudio   #webdevelopment   #webdev   #frontend   #microsoft  
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