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Blazor, a C# Friendly Single-Page Application (SPA) Framework

Blazor is a very interesting, yet experimental, UI framework. It allows developers to reuse their C# skills and use the .NET framework to its full capabilities to create faster web applications. Learn from this article how to set-up a Blazor project, as well as its limitations and advantages.

Top 10 Advantages of .NET Core

Choosing the best fitting technology for your software application can be difficult without knowing the pros and cons of each available option. Discover in this article the benefits of choosing .NET Core for application development by glancing at both its business and technical advantages.

Work Optimization in Distributed Agile Development Projects

As early adopters of Agile methodologies, we managed various distributed Agile development projects, facing challenges and crafting effective solutions to overcome obstacles and streamline cooperation. Discover how we optimized our work through operational excellence.

Enabling Continuous Integration

Developers and businesses want to move faster and to add more value to their products in a safe manner. Continuous Integration is part of a set of practices that allows them to do that. Learn from this article the fundamentals of Continuous Integration and how you can apply it to your projects.

How to Create a Visual Studio Template for Your Microservices Architecture

Maintaining consistency in .NET projects that rely on the microservices architecture might seem difficult without the right tools. By configuring a custom template, Visual Studio enables you and your team to use the same structure across all your projects. Create your own by following this step by step tutorial.

TagHelpers in ASP.NET Core MVC

The TagHelpers addition to ASP.NET Core MVC is here to stay and will be supported by Microsoft in the 2.1 version of the framework. Learn in this article how to use TagHelpers in your code to automate your processes, boost the performance of your project and create consistency for your team.

AUTOSAR – Compliant ECU Design for Electric Vehicles

In a modern car, we can find multiple ECUs. Ensuring the software which runs on them is compliant with AUTOSAR is crucial. Learn here about compliant modeling tools, electric motor particularities, analysis models for defining parameters and Processor-in-the-Loop and Hardware-in-the-Loop simulations.

REST API in ASP.NET CORE

Start coding scalable, fast and easy to maintain apps in ASP.NET Core with REST - the most popular architectural style for designing loosely coupled applications. Discover in this article everything you need to know about REST and how to use Web APIs in ASP.NET Core.

Insights from Qt World Summit – Berlin, 2017

Between 10 and 12 of October, Qt World Summit, the most important yearly event in the Qt community, was for the third time on our radar. Have a glance into the event's keynotes and the main Qt focus areas for the future of the automotive industry, IoT development and mobile development.

Volteem – Volunteers Can Change the World!

The Volteem app was developed by a team of high-school students under mentorship from Fortech and as part of the “Discover Your Call in IT” educational program. The mobile application encourages volunteers to get involved in events organized by NGOs and facilitates the collaboration between them.

Smart Parking – IoT Perspectives

With the increasing number of vehicles populating the streets of urban areas, parking becomes an issue that can no longer be ignored. Discover how to use disturbance of the Earth’s magnetic field to detect the presence of a vehicle and create a smart parking.

Dependency Injection (DI) or no Dependency Injection in the .NET Framework

Often, .NET software engineers are reluctant to use dependencies in their code. This is caused by the poor understanding of the types of dependencies available and the advantages they bring. Learn in this article how to recognize the good dependencies and write easily adaptable and maintainable code.

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