Introducing ASP.NET Core 1.0

ASP.NET 5 is dead – Introducing ASP.NET Core 1.0 and .NET Core 1.0

No More System.Web

Last Week I was in a WebDev Camp by Microsoft, which was about the all new ASP. No ASP.NET 5 will launch this Year, Its now renamed to ASP.NET Core 1.0 which is open source. Yes you heard me right Open Source. So that’s a good news for Web Developers like me who loves Open Source Technologies, as Microsoft has confirmed that the new .NET core have support for NPM, BOWER, GULP, GRUNT and Nuget package managers.

So Microsoft is changing the name and picking a better version number 1.0

ASP.NET Core 1.0 is not a continuation of ASP.NET 4.6. It is a whole new framework, a side-by-side project which happily lives alongside everything else we know. It is an actual re-write of the current ASP.NET 4.6 framework, but much smaller and a lot more modular. Continue reading



What does FreeBSD mean?

FreeBSD is a free, open-source, Unix-like operating system based on Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) Unix. It is the most popular among the BSD-based operating systems, with an installed base of more than 75%. Due to legal constraints, FreeBSD cannot be labeled as a Unix system, although it is compliant with Unix internals and application programming interfaces (APIs). FreeBSD’s licensing terms give developers a high degree of freedom to reuse it, so other operating systems (such as MAC OSX) have reused many FreeBSD codes. Although FreeBSD is not categorized as Unix, MAC OSX does have a formal Unix branding.

FreeBSD is used by millions of users all over the world, as well as some of the busiest sites on the Internet such as Yahoo, Sony Japan, etc.

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Server Message Block

What does Server Message Block (SMB) mean?

Server Message Block (SMB) is an application-layer network protocol that facilitates network communication while providing shared access to client files, printers and serial ports.

SMB is prevalent in Microsoft Windows operating systems released prior to the Active Directory protocol, where it was known as Microsoft Windows Network.

SMB is also known as the Common Internet File System (CIFS).

SMB was engineered to run via the following application programming interfaces (API) for the network basic input/output system (NetBIOS) and the NetBIOS extended user interface (NetBEUI):

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