Day: May 8, 2018

  • At Microsoft Build Live today, we are sharing a first look at our plans for .NET Core 3. The highlight of .NET Core 3 is support for Windows desktop applications, specifically Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Framework (WPF), and UWP XAML. You will be able to run new and existing Windows desktop applications on .NET Core and enjoy all the benefits that .NET Core has to offer. We are planning on releasing a first preview of .NET Core 3 later this year and the final version in 2019. We will be looking for developers to partner with us, to give us feedback, and to release versions of your applications in the same timeframe as our releases. We think that .NET Core 3.0 will be one of the most exciting .NET releases we’ve ever released. ASP.NET Core will continue to move forward in parallel and will have a release with .NET Core 3.0. Our commitment to web and cloud applications remains unchanged. At the same time, it’s time to add Windows desktop applications as another supported workload for .NET Core. We have heard many requests for desktop applications with .NET Core and are now sharing our plan to deliver on that. Let’s take a look at that. Microsoft I am really loving what Microsoft is doing with Visual Studio they are doing an amazing job with the platform. These improvements are needed to justify a 5,000 dollar purchase.
  • Microsoft is announcing new cross-platform experiences for Windows 10 at Build 2018 this week. These features, which are expected in Redstone 5, will be shown off by Joe Belfiore tomorrow during the day 2 keynote. Your Phone is the first of these new experiences. Microsoft is positioning Your Phone as a window to your phone from your Windows 10 PC so that your PC works better with your mobile device, even if it isn’t built by Microsoft. (And it won’t be.) The app is supposed to give users instant access to the text messages, photos, and notifications on their phone from their PC without requiring any other app. Thurrott I am so glad Microsoft is getting this feature I love this feature on my MacBook Pro.
  • May 8, 2018

    5 Most Popular Hosting Issues

    If you’re a newbie and visiting a web hosting site for the first time you are sure to face some problems. Don’t worry; we have you covered, here are some of the common issues that are often encountered by people when they access a web hosting site for the first time and how to solve them Can’t log in The first issue that is often faced by a significant number of people is that they can not log in to their account. How to log in is easy as a pea, all you have to do is check your email for a mail from your host, and in it, you can find clear instructions s to what your id is, and other details that you might need along the way. So no need to panic, you’ve come this far all you have to do now is log in, and you’re through. Unable to load Another problem that most people face is that even after they have uploaded their site or make the changes that they wanted when the load the page says  “coming soon” or ” unable to load .retry.” This mostly occurs due to the reason that sometimes the web hosting site is a bit confusing, and you end up uploading it to the wrong place. The simple solution to this problem is rechecking the email for the proper uploading place and clear the system cache to get rid of the problem. How to know if the offer is in-genuine? Well, the main problem that arises is that people often get confused because some sites offer free hosting services while others do not. The contrast in the pay structure often makes it hard to decide . while is apparent that just because something is free doesn’t mean you should...