Kristoffer Strube

Kristoffer Strube

Denmark
8 posts
Convert images to WebP with ASP.NET Core - Better than png/jpg files?

Many websites rely on user-uploaded images as content and want to be able to present as much content as possible to their users at a tolerable speed. Google has developed an image format called WebP, which packs as much detail as PNGs or JPEGs, but it uses files up to ...

The best Twitch and YouTube channels for .NET developers

In the series: .NET Blogs to Follow Great .NET Conferences to Attend List of the Best Free Visual Studio Extensions Best Visual Studio Code Extensions 17+ Must Have .NET Developer Tools Our favourite .NET, Azure and C# podcasts 9 awesome .NET conference talks you don't want to miss The best ...

Accepting payments with Stripe and ASP.NET Core

Stripe is a service for doing online payments. It's easy to get started with it because they take care of both the frontend and the backend. The frontend scripting is available for many different frameworks like React, Android, IOS and of course JavaScript and with different levels of customization. The ...

Comparing the top 6 .NET continuous integration build servers

The bigger a project gets the longer time it will take to manually build, run unit tests, integrations tests and deploy to your staging/release environment. A solution for this is to get started using a build management system. They vary a lot, some have a lot of integrations and ...

Our favourite .NET, Azure and C# podcasts

In the series: .NET Blogs to Follow Great .NET Conferences to Attend List of the Best Free Visual Studio Extensions Best Visual Studio Code Extensions 17+ Must Have .NET Developer Tools Our favourite .NET, Azure and C# podcasts 9 awesome .NET conference talks you don't want to miss Podcasts can ...

Building a cloud editor with SignalR and ASP.NET Core 2.1

With the release of 2.1, we finally got SignalR in ASP.NET Core. SignalR is used for making real-time connections on websites, which is used in applications where the response time is especially important and where you want the newest information at all times without having to poll the ...

Turning a ASP.NET Core website into a Progressive Web App (PWA)

Progressive Web Apps (PWA) is a principle covering quite a lot of different web requirements, but what they all have in common are that they better the user's experience. A large part of these principles has to do with availability of content and using new net standards. A full checklist ...

Building a command-line tool with progress bar in .NET Core

Command-line tools can be a great utility for automation of repetitive tasks, which makes it a powerful tool for the super-user. Enhancements like a progress bar make it more user friendly and gives the user an insight into what’s happening. A second enhancement or rather a choice is to ...