Welcome to 1Gig Tech update!
In today's edition, there are 13 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.
- Working with React and TypeScript
Let’s get started! Download an install Node.js from https://nodejs.org.
- Open Source Software from Microsoft for Academics (Safe TypeScript Compiler)
Always open. Often cross platform. Try it. Open source is a powerful way of advancing software development and sharing data for experimentation. Microsoft has open sourced research projects as well as key software such as the .NET Core.
- Windows 10 IoT Core – A good choice for building IoT Gateway Device (Vinoth)
Alternatively, Alljoyn code generator tool is now an add-in for visual studio which make your work more simple. you can see the below channel 9 msdn post for more details.
- Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems
The operational database management system (DBMS) market is concerned with relational and nonrelational database management products suitable for a broad range of enterprise-level transactional applications.
- DNX Framework Choices and ASP.NET 5
You can think of an ASP.NET 5 application as a DNX application, where DNX stands for .NET execution environment. And the projects we create with a project.json file? These are DNX projects. The DNX is not just a runtime environment, but also an SDK.
- Details on dotTrace, dotCover, dotMemory licensing changes (Jura Gorohovsky)
tl;dr Starting November 2, dotTrace, dotCover and dotMemory will only be licensed as part of ReSharper Ultimate If you’re not licensed to dotTrace, dotCover and/or dotMemory, you can safely ignore this post There are reasons behind this change To figure out what this change means to you and compa
- Benchmark: PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Neo4j, OrientDB and ArangoDB (Claudius Weinberger)
In this blog post – which is a roundup of the performance blog series – I want to complete the picture of our NoSQL performance test and include some of the supportive feedback from the community.
- Optimizing your XAML app for performance (10 by 10) (Rajen Kishna)
Over the past few weeks, we’ve highlighted a number of compelling new platform capabilities in our Windows 10 by 10 development series that you can implement in your Windows 10 apps to provide a better experience to your users.
- Package Management Preview for PowerShell 4 & 3 is now available
We’re excited to announce the availability of Package Management related PowerShell modules targeted for PowerShell 4 and PowerShell 3. The MSI based installer can be downloaded from Microsoft Download Center!
- Global route prefixes with attribute routing in ASP.NET Web API
As you may have learnt from some of the older posts, I am a big fan, and a big proponent of attribute routing in ASP.NET Web API. One of the things that is missing out of the box in Web API’s implementation of attribute routing, is the ability to define global prefixes (i.e.
- Design downloads
Windows 8.1 design guidance that covers design principles and guidelines for form factors, UI, touch, tiles, notifications, globalization, and more.
- Windows IoT Core : Sensing Sound Levels (Carey Payette)
The ability to sense the amount of sound in an environment can come in handy. From the hobbyist standpoint, you can create light elements with LED strips that light up based on the amount of sound, similar to an equalizer, to add to the ambiance of the playing music.
- ASP.NET - ASP.NET 5 Anywhere with OmniSharp and Yeoman (Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi)
As noted earlier, Visual Studio Code is a great editor for cross-platform development. Open the project either the usual way or by using the keyboard shortcut “code” from the project folder. (See bit.ly/1LwonPN for how to set up the “code” shortcut.)