.Net Core is an exciting framework to work with and if you’re wondering what is this fuss about, I’ll explain everything in just 12 statements. Let’s not wait anymore and start! 1. .Net Core is a completly new framework .Net Framework and .Net Core are completely separate frameworks. But why Microsoft decided to create something… Continue reading 12 things you need to know about .Net Core
Do you have a GitHub account with a repository? Improve it with GitHub Actions! GitHub Actions lets you build your own workflows triggered by all kinds of events from your repositories. If you go and check this website, it looks very promising. Let’s start with a build To start working with GitHub Actions, just go… Continue reading Pimp your repo with GitHub Actions!
In this chapter, we will cover how we can use configuration in ASP.Net Core 3. But before diving in, let’s see for a moment how it looked in plain old ASP.Net Configuration before .Net Core In old ASP.Net configuration was handled typically in only one XML file – Web.config. It was a place where everything… Continue reading ASP.Net Core 3 – configuration
Dependency Injection is a fundamental concept in computer programming. Successfully implemented in many programming languages. What makes it so useful and how .Net Core 3 supports it? Let’s start with the definition. Dependency Injection is a software design pattern where dependencies are not created by the client, but rather passed to the client. In common… Continue reading ASP.Net Core 3 – Dependency Injection
Passing parameters to actions is an essential part of building RESTful Web API. .Net Core offers multiple ways to pass parameters to methods, that represent your endpoints. Let’s see what they are. Pass parameter as a part of an url When passing a parameter in a url, you need to define a routing that would contain… Continue reading ASP.Net Core 3 – pass parameters to actions
Recently I’ve been working with a solution, that has 85 projects and some of them are really big. Analyzing this amount of data for Visual Studio 2019 and JetBrains Resharper causes difficulties and leads to visible slowdowns. In this huge solution, there are multiple services and websites, but usually, I work with only one at… Continue reading Visual Studio has now solution filtering
I love .net core. It is an awesome concept and a great, light framework to work with. One essential part of the framework environment is a .Net Core CLI. It’s a set of cross-platform tools and commands that can create, build and publish you app. Along with the platform comes also Global Tools, a concept… Continue reading .Net Core Global Tools – your custom app from nuget package
A .Net Core is a catchphrase that you can hear more and more often in both developer discussions and job offers. You probably already heard that it’s fast, simple and runs on multiple platforms. In this post, I’d like to sum everything up and highlight what I like the most about it. Why new framework?… Continue reading .Net Core – introduction
W 2019 roku w ciągu 2 miesięcy stworzyłem stronę bookacamper.pl, największą w Polsce tablicę ogłoszeń o wynajmie i sprzedaży przyczep kempingowych i kamperów. Strona jest całkowicie darmowa i ma po prostu pomóc w odnalezieniu tego jedynego, najlepszego pojazdu:) Narodziny miłości do kempingów Od czasu kiedy pierwszy raz wypożyczyłem kampera i poleciałem z rodziną do odległej… Continue reading O tym jak stworzyłem… stronę z kamperami!
This is a post on a series about great code review feedback, that I either gave or received. You can go ahead and read the previous ones here: http://www.michalbialecki.com/2019/06/21/code-reviews/ The context Caching is an inseparable part of ASP.net applications. It is the mechanism that makes our web pages loading blazing fast with a very little… Continue reading Code review #4 – in-memory caching