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Issue 57
   
   
Date:   July 5, 2017
Telerik Developer Digest
   
   
Welcome
Welcome to the latest collection of the best articles from the Telerik Developer Network and around the web, curated by a group of Telerik developers just like you.
   
   
From the Telerik Developer Network
Why Serverless?
Raymond Camden explains what the term serverless means, why it’s important for developers (and how it is different from the cloud) and how it works.
Telerik Developer Network
Perks of Using UI for ASP.NET MVC
Matt Millican shows off his favorite features of UI for ASP.NET MVC and how they can be a timesaver for .NET developers over using the JavaScript versions.
Telerik Developer Network
Toolkits, Toolkits, Toolkits
Clint Rutkas discusses two open source tools available to help Universal Windows Platform (UWP) developers build applications quickly and reliably.
Telerik Developer Network
Accept Signatures in Your NativeScript Angular Mobile Application
How you can add signatures to a NativeScript app built with Angular, and store them or send them to an external service.
Nic Raboy
   
   
Around the Web
Introducing ASP.NET Core 2.0 Preview 2
The team at Microsoft details what’s in the new Preview.
Jeff Fritz
.NET Core 2.0 Preview 2 Brings Refinements for Developers
Microsoft released the second preview of .NET Core 2.0 with several ease-of-use improvements for developers and the ability to reference .NET Framework libraries from .NET Core code.
InfoQ
NativeScript 3.1 Released
Introduces new features like the Chrome DevTools Elements tab, Android snapshot builds, and more.
NativeScript
Code a Real-Time NativeScript App: Geolocation and Google Maps
Learn how to work with geolocation and Google Maps in NativeScript apps.
Wernher-Bel Ancheta
Code a Real-Time NativeScript App: SQLite
How to integrate a SQLite database into a NativeScript app to store data locally.
Wernher-Bel Ancheta
   
   
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