Around 20+ proposals are planned for C# 9, but it is unlikely that all of them will be implemented. Here we will discuss about the major features the Microsoft team is going to add to the next version of C#.
gRPC is a language agnostic, high-performance Remote Procedure Call (RPC) framework. It enables a client application to directly call methods on a server application as if it was a local object.
What’s new in .Net Core 3.0 – Improvements with reduction in SDK size, support for containers and Windows desktop applications. This is a major release of .NET Core with C# 8 being a part of this release.
Message queues are that part of the messaging infrastructure that allow our applications to be decoupled. Whenever there is a need for communication between two disconnected platforms, message queues are one of the primary considerations.
In my previous article ‘Getting Started With OWIN’ we tried to understand what is OWIN and Katana and why they are needed. In this article we will be looking at a simple demo application, which will allow us to start a webserver and return some content with a console application using the OWIN wrapper provided by Katana.
OWIN stands for Open Web Interface for .Net. It is basically a specification that mentions how to write middleware that connects 2 different platforms. You can think of it as a pipleline which sits in between 2 components, essentially making both of them decoupled.