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In today’s edition, there are 13 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.

  • HTTP/2 Server Push and ASP.NET MVC (Tomasz Pęczek)
    One of the new features in HTTP/2 is Server Push. It allows the server to send resources to the browser without having to wait for the browser to request it. Normally the browser requests needed resources after receiving and parsing the HTML. That creates cost of additional Round Trip Times.
  • Build your Mobile Development Toolkit for 2017 (Cormac Foster)
    2016 was a huge year for the Xamarin team. With your help, we had our biggest, best Evolve. We joined the Microsoft family, open-sourced our software, and helped bring Xamarin to millions of new developers as part of Visual Studio (and Visual Studio for Mac!).
  • Visual Studio Tools for Azure Functions (Andrew B Hall)
    Update 12-6-16 @5:00 PM: Updated version of the tools are available that fix the ability to open .NET Core projects with Azure Functions tools installed. Install the updated version over your old version to fix the issue, there is no need to uninstall the previous copy.
  • Writing C# build scripts with FAKE, OmniSharp and VS Code
    In this blog post I’d like to show an extremely – in my opinion – productive way of writing build scripts using C#. As a basis, we’ll use the excellent core FAKE library called FakeLib, which is written F# and consume it in C# scripts.
  • General availability of Azure Application Insights (Shiva Sivakumar)
    Today at the Connect() 2016 event in New York, we announced the general availability of Azure Application Insights (previously Visual Studio Application Insights) and launched our new pricing structure. With this announcement, Application Insights now provides a financially backed SLA offering 99.

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