A comparison of Newtonsoft.Json and System.Text.Json
Microsoft released their new namespace System.Text.Json with .Net Core 3.0 in 2019 and many of you are considering migrating over from Newstonsoft.Json. Are there any advantages around performance or ease of use from using the newly added library from Microsoft? Or should you stick with the NewtonSoft library? Speaking from experience, we wanted to share with you […]
How to build web applications faster with Azure’s Durable Functions
As organizations continually struggle to make sense of the growing amounts of data available, they increasingly rely on their IT teams to unlock the value of that data. To achieve this, IT teams need to build scalable web applications faster and with the ability to react in real-time. In response to this growing need, Microsoft […]
How to debug issues, directly in production, with Snapshot Debugger
As we continue to strive to be more agile and responsive in terms of managing potential issues in our applications, the importance of being able to investigate and debug issues directly in production became more evident. As an Azure hosted platform with Visual Studio collaboration, we decided to explore Snapshot Debugger.
How to collaborate with Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code’s Live Share
Remote collaboration on projects has never been more important. Code sharing, reviewing, editing, and pair programming were all very easy when we worked together from the same office and could sit side by side discussing any issues or changes. Once we all started working remotely, these simple, daily tasks became more of a challenge.