Tips of the week 2015-01-12
- Microsoft Azure Partner Blog will highlight independent software vendors and the products they create.
- Bruno Terkaly: The Azure Portal A to Z
- Alex Turner: Use Roslyn to Write a Live Code Analyzer for Your API
- Pascal Precht: Exploring Angular 1.3: Validators Pipeline
- Kaycee Anderson: Understanding Exceptions while debugging with Visual Studio
- Scott Allen: Using JSON Web Tokens with Katana and WebAPI
- Martin Hinshelwood: Why should I use Visual Studio ALM
- Jonathan Turner: Announcing TypeScript 1.4
- J.D.Meier: The Value Creation Habit Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
- xBehave.net introduces the natural language of Gherkin to .NET in a way that’s easy to learn, easy to write and easy to read. Ideally suited to a variety of testing styles (e.g. BDD, TDD, ATDD, etc.), xBehave.net can be used for acceptance tests, integration tests, unit tests or any other ad-hoc testing scenarios.
- Scott Hanselman: NuGet Package of the Week: Polly wanna fluently express transient exception handling policies in .NET?
- Infer.NET is a framework for running Bayesian inference in graphical models.
- ACDC – Angular Cloud Data Connector is a library for angular.js that allows you to work seamlessly with many data sources. ACDC supports offline mode and can handle for you all CRUD operations.