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Running DotNet applications as a service in macOS

Running DotNet applications as a service in macOS

Running an application as a service in macOS can be accomplished using a tool called launchd. launchd is a system-wide daemon manager that is built into macOS. It can be used to run applications automatically at startup, or on a schedule. In this article, we'll show...

Entity Framework Core & lazy loading

Entity Framework Core & lazy loading

In Entity Framework 7, lazy loading is a technique used to delay the loading of related entities until they are actually needed. This can help to improve the performance of an application by reducing the amount of data that is retrieved from the database upfront. To...

5 Good Practices for Integration Testing with NUnit

5 Good Practices for Integration Testing with NUnit

Integration tests are a crucial part of any software development process, as they help ensure that different parts of a system are working together correctly. When writing integration tests, it is important to follow best practices in order to ensure that your tests...

Moving to apple silicon as a DotNet Developer

Moving to apple silicon as a DotNet Developer

ARM (Advanced RISC Machine) is a popular architecture for mobile devices and other low-power devices. Microsoft has supported ARM architectures in the .NET framework for many years, and this support has continued with the release of .NET 6 and .NET 7. In .NET 6 and 7,...

Implementing asynchronous interfaces

Implementing asynchronous interfaces

In this article, we will be discussing how to define an async interface based on a synchronous interface example. Introduction Async interfaces are useful when you need to perform asynchronous operations within your application. Async interfaces allow you to define...