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Best .NET Posts This Week: 22nd November 2020

Here are some of the best .NET, C# and ASP.NET posts from this week.

Enabling and using C# 9 features on older and “unsupported” runtimes

With this year’s .NET Conf just coming to a close, we have finally been introduced to the public release of .NET 5 and C# 9, which are now widely available and can be used by developers using at least Visual Studio version 16.8, that comes bundled with all the necessary components to build libraries and applications using these two new technologies.

By Sergio Pedri

Understanding Disposables In .NET Dependency Injection – Part 1

In this post I will be discussing the traps that can catch you out by potentially creating memory leaks when registering types that implement the IDisposable interface as services with the out-of-the-box .NET Dependency Injection container.

By Steve Collins

Real-time Web Applications with SignalR in ASP.NET Core 3.1

In this article, we will learn about real-time web & how to build real-time web applications using SignalR in ASP.NET Core. As part of this article, we will work on an application that can send real-time messages/alerts to all connected users or private messages to some specific user(s).

By Pro Code Guide

Using Azure WebJobs in .NET Applications

It is a very common requirement for web applications to be able to run background tasks. Scheduling tasks to run at specific times or intervals, triggering jobs to run based on certain events, etc are common scenarios that we encounter while developing applications. In this article, we are going to learn about Azure WebJobs which provides an excellent way of accomplishing this in a cloud environment. We’ll start by learning what an Azure WebJob is. Then we’ll look at different types of WebJobs. After that, we’ll learn how to use the Azure WebJobs SDK to create a triggered background job that runs when a new message arrives in the Azure Storage Queue. We’ll test it locally by creating a queue and adding a message. Finally, we’ll deploy it to Azure and test it.

By Code Maze

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