Jeremy Likness joins Donovan Brown to show how Blazor enables C# and .NET SPA (single page application) apps to run in all modern browsers, even mobile browsers without plugins. Learn how you can host it using inexpensive Azure Storage, static websites, and an optional CDN.
Microsoft Graph is a gateway to the data and intelligence in Microsoft 365. It provides a unified programming model that you can use to take advantage of the data in Office 365, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Windows 10.
In this episode we’re joined by Darrel Miller (@darrel_miller), PM for Microsoft Graph developer tooling. Darrel gives us an overview of what Microsoft Graph is, and also shows us how to get started with the .NET SDK.
In this session from Build 2018, learn how to harness the power of Azure Cosmos DB, a NoSQL document-based database that offers a true “serverless data” experience.
Jeremy Likness shows you how to scale globally with point-and-click geo-replication and guaranteed single-digit latency. You’ll learn how to “choose your own API” and be able to interact with Azure Cosmos DB using the SQL API, MongoDB, Gremlin (graph-based), Table Storage, and Cassandra APIs. You’ll learn how to set up Azure Cosmos DB and build applications with demonstrations in .NET and .NET Core.
Jeremy Likness, and Josh Lane, discuss .NET Core and Containers: what containers are and how they fit into modern DevOps pipelines, then walk through the integrated tools in Visual Studio 2017 that assist developers with creating and debugging containers as well as publishing them to Azure via Azure Container Registry and Azure Web Apps for Containers.
Jeremy Likness discusses ComosDB and what makes it a truly unique and flexible NoSQL cloud offering.
In this video, learn about the CosmosDB support for multiple APIs including table storage and MongoDB, all accessible from .NET and .NET Core applications.
In this episode, Dmitry brings Jeremy Likness into the studio for a discussion of Azure Functions, which provide the powerful capability to merge events and code to quickly deploy micro services directly from Visual Studio or as part of a DevOps pipeline.
With a variety of triggers that call the code and bindings that connect code with resources like storage, queues, and databases, functions empower developers to focus on what is unique about their code without having to deal with infrastructure and scaffolding.