There two types of Blazor apps the Blazor Server App and Blazor WebAssembly App, yet there are several different ways to launch a Blazor Wasm app. In this post I want to examine a few Blazor project setups and see how they work and how they differ from one another.
Azure Data Studio is a new open source, cross-platform database tool from Microsoft that offers a modern editor experience with IntelliSense, code snippets, source control integration, and an integrated terminal. In this first look I'm going to try out the new editor and two of my most common data related tasks: Backup and Profiling.
Fanray is now running on .NET Core 3.1 and you can create Pages and Navigation with it. Here are the release feature highlights.
This post shows you how to develop with efficiency to let the hosting webapp auto recompile upon saving changes to your Razor Class Library in .NET Core 3.0.
Today is the first day of .NET Conf 2019, a slew of videos are coming out to introduce new and exciting technologies in the world of .NET. I watched some of them and I'm really excited about the improvements in Asp.net Core and C#. Here are a couple of interesting things I learned today.
HTTPS has become a basic requirement for a website, I want to show I added a free SSL certificate from Let's Encrypt to my website running on Azure App Service.
Preview3 brings an architecture that allows you to extend Fanray by creating Plugins, Widgets and Themes in a clean and maintainable way. This new extensibility will keep the system core from being bloated and let others build their own features and applications easily.
This release has minor tweaks and fixes on Widgets, Image Processing and Editor upgrade.
This preview incorporates what I worked on for the past few months, fixes, improvements but mostly a brand new widget system. Widgets provide a way for theme designers to optionally define regions (widget areas) on their theme for end users to drag and drop pieces of UI (widgets) onto these areas to customize their site.
If you develop with ASP.NET Core 2.0 or later and you are using TempData, you may run into a 400 error saying your request headers is too long. I've recently encountered this while writing a blog post, it happens when I try to preview the post.