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  • AGENDA .NETConf in Frankfurt Oct.2017

    Covered Topics: .NET Core Intro Frameworks and Runtime Creating .NET Core Framework Dependent Applications Creating .NET Core Self Contained Applications .NET Core and Docker Creating UI with .NET Core .NET Foundation .NET Standard and runtimes Machine Learning with .NET Core HoloLens, Unity3D, and .NET – a Mixed Reality with sprinkles of .NET Core
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 10-12-2017
  • Cannot install .NET Core on Ubuntu?

    When trying to install .NET Core on Ubuntu as described here , with following command: sudo sh -c 'echo "deb [arch=amd64] https://packages.microsoft.com/repos/microsoft-ubuntu-xenial-prod xenial main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/dotnetdev.list' you might get following error: Failed to fetch https://packages.microsoft.com/repos/microsoft
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 10-09-2017
  • .NET Core Deep Dive

    Microsoft .NET Conf is partnering with Azure Meetup Frankfurt and will organize around the globe many local in-person events between September 19 through the end of October! For more information please refer here . You can join us to learn more about .NET and the new .NET Core 2.0 release. We will start at Oct.12 at 4pm and end as usual around 8pm.
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 10-07-2017
  • .NET Core: 'Publish' target is not supported

    When you are building Self Contained Deployments, sometimes the publish process cannot resolve the target framework. For example: dotnet publish -r win10-x64 dotnet publish -r win10-x64 --self-contained In this case you will get following error: Error : The 'Publish' target is not supported without specifying a target framework. The current
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 09-19-2017
  • .NET Cross-Framework referencing

    Assume, there is a .NET Framework application called NetDesktopApp and .NET Core library NetCoreLib2 . Further, NetCoreDesktopApp references NetCoreLib2. Implementation of NetCoreLib2 looks like: using System; namespace NetCoreLib2 {     public class MyNetCoreLib2     {         public
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 09-17-2017
  • ASP.NET Core Issue: HTTP Error 502.5

    If you are deploying ASP.NET core 2.0 application to Azure App Service you might get following error: HTTP Error 502.5 - Process Failure Common causes of this issue: The application process failed to start The application process started but then stopped The application process started but failed to listen on the configured port As usual, first of all
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 09-14-2017
  • How about ‘mscorelib’ reference?

    Sometimes, it is very difficult to understand what happen behind build process inside of complex solutions. You think you did all correct, and then you write simple line of, which is basically doing ‘nothing’ and then: “ You must add a reference to assembly mscorlib, version=4.0.0 ” It means you miss everything in framework. The problem is that you
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 08-25-2017
  • Microsoft.IdentityModel.Tokens.SecurityTokenSignatureKeyNotFoundException

    I guess, when you see error shown below (or similar) error, you might get kind of crazy: Microsoft.IdentityModel.Tokens.SecurityTokenSignatureKeyNotFoundException: 'IDX10501: Signature validation failed. Unable to match 'kid': 'VWVIc1WD1Tksbb301sasM5kOq5Q', token: '{"alg":"RS256","typ":"JWT"
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 08-23-2017
  • Unable to resolve service type while injecting dependencies

    When implementing .NET Core dependency injection inside of ASP.NET Core or .NET Core. Assume you have implemented some class like 'IoTService.Config.GatewayConfig' and get following error on startup: {"message":"Unable to resolve service for type 'IoTService.Config.GatewayConfig' while attempting to activate 'IoTService
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 08-15-2017
  • How to find out Callback URI of the Windows 10 App?

    Usually, when implementing AAD authentication in application, according to OAuth protocol, you will have to provide so called Callback-URI. This is the URL of the endpoint capable of receiving redirected request from authority.  Because the specification as originally written for web applications, this kind of URL is not natural for native apps
    Posted to Damir Dobric Posts (Weblog) by Damir Dobric on 08-14-2017
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