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    No need for repositories and unit of work with Entity Framework Core

    # 2019-11-14 09:32:00, DT blogi
    After working again on codebase where Entity Framework Core was used through repository and unit of work patterns I decided to write eye-opener post for next (and maybe even current and previous) generations about what Entity Framework has to offer in the light of these to patterns. In many cases we...
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    Building gRPC service on ASP.NET Core

    # 2019-11-10 21:11:00, DT blogi
    ASP.NET Core supports gRPC protocol that is about to replace legacy SOAP services with more performant and powerful protocol that is easier to use and support. This blog post shows how to build gRPC service and client on Visual Studio and ASP.NET Core. What is gRPC? gRPC is modern high performance ...
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    Using composite command in ASP.NET Core

    # 2019-11-07 11:45:00, DT blogi
    My introduction to composite command pattern was more theoretical and focused to high-level details. This blog post focuses on implementation details and introduces how to use composite command in ASP.NET Core to upload and process photos. Composite command pattern Composite command is mixed design...
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    Data annotations object graph validation is coming to Blazor

    # 2019-11-06 12:27:00, DT blogi
    Future versions of Blazor will support cascading data annotations support meaning that validation of child components is also supported. First experimental bits were released counted hours ago with .NET Core 3.1 Preview 2. Here’s how object graph validation will work in Blazor. Building object grap...
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    Building Blazor “Hello, Blinky” IoT application

    # 2019-11-03 11:14:00, DT blogi
    I thought first my ASP.NET Core edition of Hello, Blinky will be my last Hello, Blinky for long time. But then something reminded me of Blazor and I thought  why not build Blazor edition of Hello, Blinky for Windows IoT Core and Raspberry Pi? After some hacking I made it work. Here’s my Hello, Blink...
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    File uploads in ASP.NET Core

    # 2019-10-31 19:56:00, DT blogi
    Just wrote down something I had to went through with students in one of my classes – making file uploads work in ASP.NET Core application. Here are samples of single and multiple file uploads using simple controller actions. Creating upload action and view I start with clean ASP.NET Core application and add Upload() action to HomeContro...
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    Composite command pattern

    # 2019-10-26 11:08:00, DT blogi
    I have previously blogged about command pattern and composite pattern. I had some projects where I succesfully mixed these two together to compose a composite command. It’s a construct to have a commands hierarchy we can execute with one shot. Why composite command? Composite command is mix of command and composite patterns and it forms...
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    Blazor pages get partial class support

    # 2019-10-16 10:17:00, DT blogi
    Next .NET Core version 3.1 brings some good news to Blazor – partial page classes. Maybe it’s not so big thing for many guys out there but sure great feature for those who like clean solutions. Here’s my story about partial page classes and their comparison with code-behind classes supported already...
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    How to make ASP.NET Core compile modified views

    # 2019-10-13 04:54:00, DT blogi
    ASP.NET Core 3.0 applications doesn’t build views automatically by default when changes are made. Views are built when application compiles and this is expected final state for views. It’s still possible to make ASP.NET Core application build views when changes are made. Most popular case is when ap...
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    Publishing ASP.NET Core 3.0 application as self-contained executable to Azure App Service

    # 2019-10-11 08:28:00, DT blogi
    With Visual Studio 2019 we can publish ASP.NET Core 3.0 applications as self-contained executable. It’s specially useful for environments where ASP.NET Core 3.0 is not installed or where we don’t have permissions to install it. Here’s how to do it. Here's how to run ASP.NET Core 3.0 application...
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    Generalize file access for ASP.NET Core applications using IFileClient implementations

    # 2019-10-06 10:42:00, DT blogi
    Once upon a time I worked out simple file client generalization so my applications can keep files on local machine or somewhere on the cloud without changes in application code. This blog post shows how to generalize file access in web applications and provides implementations for local and cloud fi...
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    Hosting web application on Azure

    # 2019-10-02 23:34:00, DT blogi
    Coming to cloud with web application can be scary if it’s the first time you do it. Azure cloud is not anymore about dozen of services – it’s real monster offering more than we are able to know and learn. It’s not easy to predict what will be the final path on cloud but it is possible to tell how to...
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    What’s next for client-side Blazor

    # 2019-10-02 08:47:00, DT blogi
    .NET Conf 2019 was full of great news and interesting pieces of information for those who love .NET world like me. It was specially interesting for me to watch presentation The Future of Blazor on the Client by Dan Roth who introduced on-going work with Blazor and plans for near future. Here’s my sh...
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    All about IDisposable

    # 2019-09-25 17:22:00, DT blogi
    So, what is IDisposable and what is disposing of objects? This is something I teach to developers classes before they are going to their first school practice at some company. One of important concepts is disposing. Here’s my story about it. Unmanaged resources – why we dispose objects? Let’s start with concept of unmanaged resources. Al...
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    How many .NET Core SDK-s you REALLY have?

    # 2019-09-19 17:39:00, DT blogi
    Do you have lightweight laptop with not very big laptop where you run Visual Studio? Do you need sometimes more space? You can make some free space if you remove .NET Core versions installed over time by updates and previews. Here’s how to do it. Once I checked installed applications on Windows 10...
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