.NET food for the brains!

from Modern .NET Show , on 6/14/2024 , played: 753 time(s)

Avalonia XPF

This episode of The Modern .NET Show is supported, in part, by Avalonia XPF, a binary-compatible cross-platform fork of WPF, enables WPF apps to run on new platforms with minimal effort and maximum compatibility.

Show Notes

I want it to be like one of those books that you can pick up and you can, like, you don't have to have .NET experience. You might, you know, maybe, you know, Java or maybe, you know, Python or something like that. You should be able to pick this book up and get to a point where you can actually build real world applications with .NET that are secure, they're fast, they're well tested. They have localization built in. They're put into containers that you can throw into like a Kubernetes. I wanted to get to that point where it's like, you could build applications that I've built like, say, with UiPath

— Dustin Metzgar

Welcome to The Modern .NET Show! Formerly known as The .NET Core Podcast, we are the go-to podcast for all .NET developers worldwide and I am your host Jamie "GaProgMan" Taylor.

In this episode, Dustin Metzgar joined us to talk about his new book ".NET in Action Second Edition." This book takes the first edition, written back in 2018, which targetted .NET Core 2 and upgrades and expands it to both cover a lot more content and to focus on .NET 8.

Along the way, we also discussed the basics of identity and the common pitfalls that developers fall into when they work with one of the current identity standards.

So certificates are still involved too because it's because you need that certificate to sign the tokens. And I think what's interesting about certificates is like you have that, you know, this kind of asymmetric encryption where, you know, you have a private key and then you publish a public key that everybody can see to use to kind of decrypt your, what you sign, what you encrypt. And that's a kind of a feature of like these identity providers.

— Dustin Metzgar

So let's sit back, open up a terminal, type in dotnet new podcast and we'll dive into the core of Modern .NET.

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