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Introducing Plato.Core

Plato.Core-256

Today we’re pleased to announce the availability of Plato.Core, a port of our popular Plato.NET library for .NET to the .NET Core framework.

Plato.Core supports the following features:

  • Async/Await
  • Object Mapper
  • Memory Cache
  • Configuration
  • Messaging
  • Security
    • Serializers
    • Support for ActiveMQ
    • Support for RabbitMQ
    • Support for Redis cache

    To get started, search for Plato.NetCore on NuGet.org from within Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code. Take a look and let us know what you think and please contribute!

    Cheers,
    The ReflectSoftware Team

    NOTE: This post was reposted on https://blog.reflectsoftware.com .

    References

    https://github.com/reflectsoftware/Plato.Core

    https://github.com/reflectsoftware/Plato.NET

    Development

    Introducing Plato.Core

    Plato.Core-256

    Today we’re pleased to announce the availability of Plato.Core, a port of our popular Plato.NET library for .NET to the .NET Core framework.

    Plato.Core supports the following features:

    • Async/Await
    • Object Mapper
    • Memory Cache
    • Configuration
    • Messaging
    • Security
      • Serializers
      • Support for ActiveMQ
      • Support for RabbitMQ
      • Support for Redis cache

      To get started, search for Plato.NetCore on NuGet.org from within Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code. Take a look and let us know what you think and please contribute!

      Cheers,
      The ReflectSoftware Team

      References

      https://github.com/reflectsoftware/Plato.Core

      https://github.com/reflectsoftware/Plato.NET

      DevelopmentEvents

      Discover the world of .NET – .NET Conf 2018

      Discover the world of .NET for free this September 12-14, 2018 by attending the .NET Conf virtual developer event, which is co-organized by Microsoft and the .NET community. Over the course of the three days, you will have a wide selection of live sessions from .NET community and the .NET product teams. This is a great chance for you to learn, ask questions and get inspired for your next great project.

      You will learn to build for web, mobile, desktop, games, services, libraries and more for a variety of platforms and devices all with .NET. We have sessions for everyone, no matter if you are just beginning or are a seasoned engineer. We’ll have presentations on .NET Core and ASP.NET Core, C#, F#, Azure, Visual Studio, Xamarin, and much more.

      Join your fellow developers in a city near you, and learn more about the world of .NET, Azure, and Xamarin. To watch the sessions from last year, take a look at the 2017 sessions on demand from Channel 9.

      Agenda

      Day 1 – September 12

      8:00 – 9:30
      Keynote broadcasted from Microsoft Channel 9 Studios

      9:30 – 17:00
      Sessions broadcasted from Microsoft Channel 9 Studios

      17:00 – 18:30
      Virtual Attendee Party! Engage with our partners on Twitter and win prizes!

      Day 2 – September 13

      9:00 – 17:00
      Sessions broadcasted from Microsoft Channel 9 Studios

      17:00 – 23:59
      Community Sessions in local languages & time zones around the world

      Day 3 – September 14

      0:00 – 17:00
      Community Sessions in local languages & time zones around the world

      All times listed are in Pacific Daylight Time (UTC -7).

      Attend a Local .NET Conf

      In addition to the three day virtual event being held from September 12-14, there will also be some local events you can attend. Take a look at this page for locations and to register. In Canada we will have 2 local events in Vancouver BC and Mississauga ON.

      September 26, 2018
      Vancouver, BC, Canada
      Register Here

      October 25, 2018
      Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
      Register Here

      Run your own local event

      If you’re interested in running your own .NET Conf take a look at this link for details.

      Enjoy!

      References

      https://www.dotnetconf.net

      https://www.dotnetconf.net/local-events/

      https://github.com/dotnet-presentations/dotnetconf2018

      Development

      Error when opening an ASP.NET Core project with Visual Studio 2015 after installing Visual Studio 2017 RC : The following error occurred attempting to run the project model server process 1.0.0-preview4-004223

      Ok so if your like me and tried installing Visual Studio 2017 RC, you were probably astonished at how fast it installs compared to previous version of Visual Studio. But as impressive at it is at installing, I ran into some compatibility issues with Visual Studio 2015, so I had to uninstall Visual Studio 2017 RC.

      Now even with Visual Studio 2017 RC uninstalled, I ended up running into an issue when I was trying to open a  new or existing ASP.NET Core project. Here is the error I would get when trying to open my ASP.NET Core projects in Visual Studio 2015:

      The following error occurred attempting to run the project model server process 1.0.0-preview4-004223

      image

      To resolve this, I had to go to directory “C:\Program Files\dotnet\sdk” and delete folder “1.0.0-preview4-004233” as shown here:

      image

      This then resolved my issue when trying to open an existing or new ASP.NET Core project in Visual Studio 2015.

      Enjoy!

      DevelopmentWeb

      ASP.NET 5 Overview

      ASP.NET 5 is a significant redesign. Checkout the overview on the ASP.NET site.

      “ASP.NET 5 is a lean .NET stack for building modern web apps. We built it from the ground up to provide an optimized development framework for apps that are either deployed to the cloud or run on-premises. It consists of modular components with minimal overhead, so you retain flexibility while constructing your solutions.”

      Reference

      http://www.asp.net/vnext/overview/aspnet-vnext/aspnet-5-overview

      Development

      Announcing .NET 2015 Preview: A New Era for .NET

      “Today is a pivotal moment for .NET. With the release of .NET 2015 Preview, we are embarking on a new journey while maintaining our strong commitment to the 1+ billion customers that are using .NET today.

      As Scott Guthrie and S. ‘Soma’ Somesegar announced at the Connect(); event today, .NET is entering a new era as it embraces open source as a core principal and enables .NET applications to run on multiple operating systems. As part of .NET 2015 Preview, we are delivering .NET Core 5 which is a completely open source stack and can run on multiple operating systems. In addition, not only are we contributing .NET Core 5 to the .NET Foundation but we will openly collaborate with the community and ensure that we continue our strong relationship with existing .NET open source communities, in particular the Mono community. Here are a set of announcement around open source and cross platform from today’s Connect(); event:

      .NET Core 5 is the small optimized runtime for ASP.NET 5. It currently runs on Windows, and will be extended to Linux and Mac. You will have more choice of which operating systems you use for ASP.NET 5 development and deployment, supported by Microsoft. Azure will support ASP.NET 5 in both Linux and Windows VMs. You choose.”

      Reference

      http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dotnet/archive/2014/11/12/announcing-net-2015-preview-a-new-era-for-net.aspx

      Development

      Introduction to universal Windows apps in Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1

      Came across a great post today on building universal Windows apps in Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. They even touched on being able to leverage this common WinRT from WPF (desktop) apps.

      This is very neat and I’m looking forward to seeing more information about this from Microsoft with the next version of .NET and Visual Studio.

      Enjoy!

      Reference

      http://blogs.windows.com/windows/b/buildingapps/archive/2014/07/24/introduction-to-universal-apps-in-windows-8-1-and-windows-phone-8-1.aspx