Into the Core

James Bradley .NET, .NET Core, ASP.NET, Technology Snapshot, Tutorial Leave a Comment

The client I’m currently assisting has begun to move applications from more monolithic architecture into a more modern, cloud-based architecture. The organization is a bit of a .NET anomaly in that it is a company that’s primarily Java, yet has some .NET.

So even though Microsoft has a list of framework tools (such as Azure Service Fabric and Azure App Service), it’s fair to say that asking a primarily Java-focused company to use those tools could be an uphill battle. This is where .NET Standard and .NET Core have come to the rescue.

I work with a ton of smart people and I’m pretty amazed at how fast they can pick up on things from reading. I, however, cannot really understand it fully until I touch it. So let’s build a quick RESTful Web API step by step to see how challenging it is. We’ll be using .NET Standard, .NET Core, and ASP.NET Core.

Keyhole Releases v1.3.0 of khsSherpa Framework

Lauren Fournier Company News Leave a Comment

Keyhole Software has announced the release of version 1.3.0 of the khsSherpa framework, which allows developers to easily implement a RESTful API layer using POJOs and annotations. Version 1.3.0 adds modules to allow khsSherpa better integrate with other IOC/dependency injection frameworks and is Java 8 compatible. This new release is publicly available in the Maven Public Central Repository and on GitHub. About khsSherpa khsSherpa …