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Migrating .NET Core projects


With the pending release of Visual Studio 2017 on March 7, 2017, and the changing format going forward of removing the project.json file to return to the .csproj MsBuild format.  Microsoft has conveniently set up a service to help with migrating your projects to the new format. If you got to http://landinghub.visualstudio.com/migrate-dotnetcore, the .NET Core Engineering team have established a way to ask for help. There are also some links to known migration issues that can be found there ... [More]

Running Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10


During the //Build 2016 conference, Microsoft announced that the Bash shell and other GNU/Linux command line tools would soon be able to directly run on the Windows platform natively.  I think as people start to use this and get familiar with Bash it will help people moving from the Linux world or people who want to get familiar with the Bash shell. I have used the shell on Linux and am somewhat familiar with it but most of my time has been spent in the Windows world developing with that pl... [More]

Beta 1 of DotNetNuke 8 has been released


For anyone looking to see the changes that are coming for DNN, Beta 1 has been released to Codeplex. This release is basically a minor upgrade from the latest CTP 7 and is meant to start the stabilizing for the release.  Some features have been cut for the time being as they were not going to meet the target for release.
For anyone looking to see the changes that are coming for DNN, Beta 1 has been released to Codeplex. This release is basically a minor upgrade from the latest CTP 7 and is meant to start the stabilizing for the release.  Some features have been cut for the time being as they were not going to meet the target for release. [More]