.NET 7 is going to be released by Microsoft, but I just got sometime to finally release #SNMP Library 12.5. It has been a release driven mainly by the new features of .NET 6, so below I try to write more on what users should pay attention to.
We often perform artifacts verification via test suites, so for .NET projects NUnit/xUnit.net/MSTest might be quite helpful. However, there is a kind of issues that cannot be easily caught by test suites, and I found AsmSpy a perfect tool in this field. In this post, I will give an example.
HttpPlatformHandler can help IIS host Java/Python/Node.js/Go applications, so in this post we wil see how to configure a Python/Flask web app on IIS and troubleshoot the common issue.
It becomes very important for Python developers to learn HttpPlatformHandler, because Microsoft no longer recommends FastCGI,
“We recommend using HttpPlatform to configure your apps, as the WFastCGI project is no longer maintained.”
When Microsoft developed HttpPlatformHandler more than a decade ago to enable non-Microsoft web technologies on Windows/IIS, they didn’t know that one day
- Microsoft can embrace Linux in Azure
- Some Microsoft users stick to IIS with their Java/Python/Node.js/Go applications.
Thus, HttpPlatformHandler still plays an important role in the ecosystem and won’t go away easily. However, the landscape keeps evolving so this post tries to capture some latest changes on Node.js and show you how to proper set up everything needed and more critically how to troubleshoot if issues occur.
While I am using more and more macOS and PowerShell, the need of enriching the look-and-feel starts to reveal. So in this post, I will show you how to properly configure PowerShell with Oh My Posh as your default shell on macOS.