How Audacia implements Google OR-Tools into projects
In this article, we will implement a simple optimisation model using Google OR-Tools by solving a classic Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP).
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Angular speed comparison
For the past two years, the majority of Audacia's new web development projects have been built on a stack of an ASP.NET Core RESTful API and An Angular UI running within an ASP.NET Core project. For our latest insight we conducted a speed experiment to compare the two.
Blazor's first public preview
First public preview of Microsoft's framework for creating web applications, Blazor.
Blazor - a new/old experiment
Blazor is the name of an experiment which Steve Sanderson has been running for eight months, namely: Can we run .NET in a web browser? Read our latest insight about our experiences with this framework.
.NET Core 2.0 Released
Recently, Microsoft have released a wide selection of new technologies, making the whole software development team at Audacia extremely excited.
Visual Studio 2017 Released
On the 20th anniversary of Visual Studio, Microsoft have release the latest version of this technology - Visual Studio 2017.
.NET Standard - What you need to know
.NET Standard is just that: a standard. It's a document that has been prepared and actively maintained by the .NET Foundation, who oversee development on a large range of the projects either directly related to the .NET stack or which use the .NET platform. Find out more in this insight.
The Benefits of Test-Driven Development
Test-Driven Development (TDD) is a fairly well established software development practice, with lots of companies (large, corporate companies as well as smaller software development houses and design agencies) advocating it. Here are the five main reasons we use TDD at Audacia.
What is .NET Core?
Microsoft .NET is a free and open-source, managed computer software framework for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. Here we cover the software's history, as well as its use cases and associated documentation.