My readings in 2016 week 29-30

  1. JavaScript Service Worker; I read this post The Service Worker Lifecycle to understand its lifecycle; then I read another post from GitHub to understand why we need it.
  2. ES6 default parameter and shorthand with examples.
  3. HackerSpray – Block Brute force and DOS attacks; this library is built by .net and Redis; which I really want to learn it. I will get their source from GitHub to learn Redis.
  4. Securing ASP.NET Web API; A nice post to explain how to secure your .Net Web API with implementation details.
  5. Useful Tools for .NET Developers; I used most of them before except CodeRush. Will definitely give a try.
  6. What’s new in SQL Server 2016.  Temporal Table is a new feature providing table history; it sounds like CDC.
  7. Tips to improve asp.net web application; some tips generally applies to any web site/application.  It is a good post for revision.
  8. Response Caching and In Memory Caching in ASP.NET Core 1.0;  learn more about caching, it will be useful when website get popular.
  9. Microsoft Restful API guide; nowadays web API is everywhere, it is good for developers to learn the industry standard from this guide.
  10. 14 Tools for Microsoft Azure development.
  11. A good security checklist for develoeprs for free.
  12. A great post for me: I am new to Nginx and even Kestrel.  I can learn more about setup Nginx and how to use it.
  13. JavaScript Design Patterns: The Singleton; a new way to implement singleton in ES6.
  14. jQuery’s JSONP Explained with Examples; it states clearly what problem is and provide few different approach to resolve it.
  15. Handling NULL in TSQL; haven’t thought of those use cases.  Some interesting behaviors are NULL in BETWEEN and IN commands.
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