When adding package references in your projects files, you are not limited to specifying a specific version. You can specify a version range instead.
The .NET Console is limited to 16 colors. Learn how you can convert a hexadecimal color code to one of the 16 colors available in the console.
Determine whether the current working directory is part of a Git repository, and if so, retrieve information for the remote GitHub repository.
Demonstrates how to use ANSI colour codes in .NET Core console applications, as well as the limitations of this on Windows.
Polly is a fault-handling library which allows you to-among other things-implement a retry policy in your applications. This is ideal in situations where you have flaky network connections with intermittent connectivity issues.
A quick tip to demonstrate how you can pass arguments to your application using the .NET CLI
Custom converters in JSON.NET allow you to write custom logic when serializing or deserializing JSON. In this post I look at an example where the JSON returned could be either an object or an array.
The JSON.NET JsonExtensionData attribute allows you to serialize elements of a JSON document which does not have matching properties to a collection.