dotNET 2022 | Tech Conference
The fifth edition of the most important event for the developer community is coming with more news than ever. Check out all the details!
User Interface Tests in Kotlin | How to implement them
We give you, not only a testing practice but also an android architecture guide, where you will discover all about Testing and Dependency Injection.
Master Blazor WebAssembly on .Net6
Did you know that it is possible to create “vanilla” WebAssembly projects in .Net6? Yes, it is possible! Although it is not officially supported, the new Blazor WebAssembly SDK is flexible enough to allow you to build pure wasm projects. This is extremely useful in many scenarios where you just want to build a web […]
Wave Engine Web shows great performance with .NET 6.0
We analyze the improvements in performance and loading time on the web by running "pure" Wasm projects in .NET 6.0.
Project Bicep, the new ARM DSL from Microsoft
Here all about Bicep, the new DSL (domain specific language) to implement Azure resources declaratively and simplify the experience.
Introducing WaveEngine 3.1 based on .NET 5
We are glad to announce that, aligned with Microsoft, we have just released WaveEngine 3.1 with official support for .NET 5 and C# 9. So if you are using C# and .NET 5, you can start creating 3D apps based on .NET 5 today. Download it from the WaveEngine download page right now and start creating 3D apps based on […]
How to Create a Highly Available Database with MongoDB
In this article you will learn what are highly-available databases and how to create one using MongoDB and its Replica Set feature.
DotNet 2020 is here!
The most important technological event for the software development community is back in its first online edition and with a beneficial purpose! The third edition of the DotNet organized by Plain Concepts will take place on October 21st in a 100% online format.
How to Configure SonarCloud in an Azure DevOps Project
Discover what SonarCloud is and how it can help you improve the quality of the code in your projects, integrating it in Azure DevOps.
How to configure Source Link in .NET projects and how to use into the Visual Studio
It’s crucial to help developers to debug the source code in order to make their lives easier when troubleshoting problems. In this post, Luis Ruiz Pavón explains step by step how to configure Source Link in .NET projects and how to use it in Visual Studio.