TNWiki Article Spotlight – Secure your .NET Core web applications using IdentityServer4

Well it’s another Tuesday and it’s time for this week’s TNWiki Article Spotlight. For developers, implementing and maintaining application security is becoming a challenge more than ever before. Everyday new threats arises and making your application secured against those is not an easy task. When it comes to application security, mainly there are two parts, Authentication and…


TNWiki Article Spotlight – SQL Azure Database: Understanding Transactional Replication Step by Step

Hello everyone and welcome to this week’s TNWiki Article Spotlight. Usually When I am writing TNWiki Article Spotlight, I am selecting an article on Microsoft Dev Stack (programming languages etc.), but this time I chose an article which describes this nice feature on Microsoft SQL Server. I am sure most of you who is reading…

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TNWiki Article Spotlight – Visual Studio Community for Java Developers

Hello everyone and it’s time for this weeks’ TNWiki Article Spotlight. Today we have a very interesting article, which will show, how a Java developer can code inside Visual Studio Community 2015. The article is Visual Studio Community for Java Developers by Hussain Shahbaz Khawaja. It has won the Bronze medal in December month’s TechNet Guru Awards under Miscellaneous Category. As…

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TNWiki Article Spotlight – WPF: Layout Lab

Greetings Everyone! It’s another Tuesday and I am warmly welcoming you all to the TNWiki Article Spotlight for this week. And that is WPF: Layout Lab by Andy ONeill and it has won the Gold medal in October month’s TechNet Guru Awards under Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Category. The article contains an in depth explanation to several controls in the aspect of XAML which…


TNWiki Article Spotlight – WPF: Inheriting Property Values Considered

Hello all, It’s time to highlight a TechNet Wiki article and to welcome the TNWiki Article Spotlight for this week. The article for today won the July month’s TechNet Guru Awards under Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Category, an article created by Andy ONeill titled WPF: Inheriting Property Values Considered. In this article Andy is giving a very detailed explanation along with a…

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TNWiki Article Spotlight – Geolocalize a device and store coordinates on Webserver

Welcome to another Tuesday and hope all you are waiting to see what we have got for this week’s TNWiki Article Spotlight. In this week the article that spotlights TNWiki is the article that won the TechNet Guru Awards for month of May, 2015, and that’s under Universal Windows Apps Category, an article from Emiliano Musso titled Geolocalize a device…


TNWiki Article Spotlight – WPF: Change Tracking

Hello again! It’s true that Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps are getting more and more popular with upcoming Windows 10. But I believe Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is still the pioneer technology for creating enterprise applications for Windows. So In this week’s TNWiki Article Spotlight, what we bring is an article about WPF and it…


TNWiki Article Spotlight – Local Files

Welcome to another Tuesday, the day of the week that Wiki Ninjas write a post highlighting a TechNet Wiki article. Today the article we are going to highlight is the article that won the April month’s TechNet Guru Awards under Visual C# Category, an article from Andy ONeill titled Local Files. This article was included in TechNet Wiki (Flipboard)…


Wiki Life: Porting Blog Posts as TechNet Wiki’s and Vice Versa

I am sure, most of you have been maintaining your own technical blog. Have you ever considered porting them as TechNet Wiki articles or vice versa? Well, if you haven’t, in this post let’s see how easy it is to port your blog post into a TechNet Wiki article. I have been running my blog on Google’s Blogger and…


TNWiki Article Spotlight – Generic Type Parameters And Dynamic Types

It’s the day of the week, that Wiki Ninjas write a post highlighting a TechNet Wiki article. And I am so excited, as I will be writing that particular post today and most importantly, this will be my first ever article on one of the Microsoft’s blogs. So let’s see what have we got for…