Welcome to 1Gig Tech for 19 Jul, 2015!
In today's edition, there are 9 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.
- wmjordan/PowerJSON (wmjordan)
PowerJSON is a fork of the smallest, fastest polymorphic JSON serializer--fastJSON. Please read the article about fastJSON here.
An easy way to perform fire-and-forget, delayed and recurring tasks inside ASP.NET applications. No Windows Service required. Backed by persistent storages. Open and free for commercial use.
- Microsoft download from The Garage: Mouse without Borders (Steve Clayton)
I’ve mentioned The Garage a number of times here on Next and Jay Greene also wrote a story recently about some Garage projects recently for Cnet. Today it gives me great pleasure to announce a free download resulting from a Garage project.
- ASP.NET 5 Web Application Template Suggestions (Steve Smith)
I’ve been working a lot with ASP.NET 5 and Visual Studio 2015, creating many new projects for samples for blog articles and content on the official documentation site (docs.asp.net).
- Expressmapper - The New .NET Mapper! (Yuriy Anisimov)
Expressmapper - lightweight, lighting fast and easy to use .NET mapper to map one type of object(s) to another in an automated and easy way.
- Dartmouth-Hitchcock revolutionizes the U.S. healthcare system
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health System is piloting a highly coordinated, intensely personalized solution built on Microsoft technologies for machine intelligence and advanced data analytics, including the just-announced Cortana Analytics Suite. Learn more here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server...
- Microsoft is placing Windows fans at the center of its Windows 10 launch (Tom Warren)
Over the past nine months, Microsoft has been collecting up Windows fans in the millions. There are now 5 million Windows 10 testers, just weeks ahead of the global launch on July 29th.
- Four simple steps to create a Windows Universal App from Web App using Visual Studio 2015
Hi Everyone, in this post we will see how to create a windows universal app from existing web application. If you already have a web application, then you can create a windows universal app in just four steps.
- Leveraging Roslyn to author ASP.NET Web API without recompiling
Some time ago I posted a mini-series of posts about using Roslyn to script Web API, and that has gotten some great response. In that original post, I mentioned & used, without going into too much details, a very useful “compiler as a service” feature Roslyn offers.