(Julio Sampaio) GraphQL has been around for a while and is proving its value. It is not, unlike what’s been spread about, a framework or just a ready-tool for dealing with HTTP-based searches.
(Kyle Reed) The C++ Core Guidelines’ Lifetime Profile, which is part of the C++ Core Guidelines, aims to detect lifetime problems, like dangling pointers and references, in C++ code.
(Terrence Dorsey) Microsoft is hard at work on Visual Studio 2019, but developers are still rolling out increasingly helpful and sophisticated tools and extensions for Visual Studio 2017.
(Bipin Joshi) If you a beginner in ASP.NET Core, you might have wondered as to how newly created projects can be placed under a GitHub repository.
(Carlos Schults) There are many things to praise about the Ruby language: adherence to the object orientation paradigm, simplicity, elegance, and powerful meta-programming capabilities.
(Ben Nadel) For the last couple of weeks, we’ve been working to migrate some Adobe ColdFusion 10 code over to Lucee 5 code. And, we’ve been debugging little discrepancies along the way.
(Deva) Do you know that .NET core to build applications for IoT?
(Damir Arh) The .NET ecosystem including .NET Core, .NET Standard, C# and Visual Studio 2019 introduced many changes and new features in the year 2018. This article talks about these new feature updates and highlights how it will affect the way we develop applications in the future.
(James McCaffrey) A self-organizing map (SOM) is a bit hard to describe. Briefly, a SOM is a data structure that allows you to investigate the structure of a set of data.
(Peter Groenewegen) ASP.NET Core does support out of the box JSON, XML, or plain text formatters based on the ACCEPT Header.