When you build ASP.NET Core applications and you plan on running your applications on IIS you'll find that the way that Core applications work in IIS is radically different than in previous versions of ASP.NET.
Logging is a critical feature in any peace of software. Logging is really so boring but it is so important to have logging in place when starting a new solution, it will save you so much time and be a significant help in location the essence of problems.
Starting v5.0, Prism supports conventions to find and auto-wire view and respective view-model. Convention based auto-wire is now the recommended way.
Cryptography is used all over the world to protect data from prying eyes. If you want to protect your own data you should be familiar with this topic.
Here is a visual guide that will show you what’s new in Bootstrap 4 as compared to Bootstrap 3.
Tokens-based authentication is more relevant than ever. Examine the differences and similarities between cookie and token-based authentication, advantages of using tokens, and address common questions and concerns developers have regarding token-based auth.
With the major version of 3.0, the jQuery Core team has taken the opportunity to make changes to clean up the API and fix bugs that may prove to be breaking changes for some code. This includes the removal of previously deprecated public APIs, changes to or removal of undocumented APIs, and changes to the documented or undocumented behavior of existing APIs for specific inputs.