Create your First Blazor App using Visual Studio 2019

Blazor is a framework where you can build client-side UI for your .NET Core applications. Basically, the idea is to develop your UI using C# rather than JavasScript. And also you can share your server-side and client-side logic written in .NET. You can also make use of the existing HTML and CSS knowledge in .NET.... Continue Reading →

Visual Studio 2019 tips and tricks

Visual Studio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) developed by Microsoft which is used to code,debug and run the respective applications. According to Wikipedia, Visual Studio supports around 36 programming languages and the advantage of using Visual Studio is that the code editor and debugger will support all these programming languages and also it supports cross-platform. The latest version of Visual Studio is 2019(16.4.3). There are some major improvements done in Visual Studio 2019 when compared... Continue Reading →

Introduction to Dependency Injection

Dependency Injection(DI) is a software design pattern which decreases the tight-coupling between the software components. If you take any projects, couple or more classes combine together to make a business logic and this leads to dependency of each other. To solve this dependency in an efficient way we have DI. Most of the .NET applications... Continue Reading →

How to create ASP.NET Core Web API using Visual Studio 2019

ASP.NET Core is a cross-platform, high-performance, open-source framework for building modern, cloud-based, internet connected applications. Using this framework you can build web applications, IoT applications etc. And also you can develop cross-platform applications. It has better architecture and performance when compared to .NET framework. And also it has built-in dependency injection. In this blog, we... Continue Reading →

Whats new in Visual Studio 2019

Visual Studio is an Integrated Development Environment IDE developed by Microsoft which is used to code,debug and run the respective applications. According to Wikipedia, Visual Studio supports around 36 programming languages and the advantage of using Visual Studio is the code editor and debugger will support all these programming languages and also it supports cross-platform. The latest version of Visual Studio is 2019(16.4.1). There are some major improvements done... Continue Reading →

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