#101 Andrew Lock, .NET Core

Summary
Andrew Lock, blogger and author of ASP.NET Core in Action talks to me about the .NET Core and why you should probably use it instead of Framework.

Details
Who he is, what he does. His book. Why did Microsoft build .NET Core, the complications of Web API Core running on Framework. Platforms it works on. New configuration system, typed configs. Dependency injection is built-in now, a mention of HttpClientFactory. Middleware, pipelines to perform tasks. Authentication and authorization, policy server. Kestrel server.

Links
Andrew's blog
Andrew's twiter

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#96 Steve Gordon, Http Client Factory in .NET Core 2.1

Summary
Steve Gordon and I talk about the new Http Client Factory in .Net Core 2.1. We cover what's new, what's different and how to use Polly, the .NET resilience framework with it.

Details
Who he is, what he does, meetup group, Humanitarian Toolbox. What is wrong with Http Client, exhausting sockets; using a singleton, DNS problems. Http Client Factory, creates a client pool, using DI to create the clients, named and typed clients, testing. Http Client Handlers. Using Polly with Http Client, differentiating between policies for a given endpoint, wrapping, calling delegates.

Links
Steve's homepage

Steve's series on Http Client Factory.
Steve's twitter

Steve's MS Doc's page

Scott Hanselman's post on Http Client Factory.

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