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The .NET Docs Show: Managing the dot.net website

ievangelist profile image David Pine ・1 min read

In this episode of The .NET Docs Show, Maíra Wenzel (@mairacw) joins the hosts in a #LiveShare to migrate the dot.net website to enable nullable context, and to fix actual bugs. As part of this week's #CheckUp, we shared a tutorial on the subject - migrate existing code with nullable reference types.

The #HallwayTrack with Maíra was awesome! We compared performance of .NET Core 3.1 to .NET 5 with the dot.net website, that sees over 13 million page views per month. Maíra demonstrated improvements for monitoring and auditing accessibility, as well as what tech stack is used:

  • Migrated from ASP.NET Core MVC to ASP.NET Core Razor Pages
  • Adding in ASP.NET Core Blazor
  • Sprinkled with React
  • Azure App Services
  • Azure App Insights

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