In this video, I show how to build WPF-style applications with the Avalonia project. PowerShell Pro Tools offers bindings that make it easy to work with Avalonia in PowerShell Core. I also demonstrate running the exact same
Recently, I installed Visual Studio 2017 RC. This also installed the latest version of .NET Core. This also meant I started to run into the error “No executable found matching command dotnet-projectmodel-server” when opening .NET Core projects in Visual Studio 2015.
Recently, I’ve been using MongoDB every day. Before this, I was used SQL server almost exclusively. I decided to use MongoDB over SQL for my most recent project and it has a bit of a learning curve. Here are a couple