Set up a SQL Server in a docker container

You might wonder, why would I do need to create a docker image with SQL Server? If I were to set up the infrastructure for test or production environment, I would set up a SQL Server in Azure. To automate this process I would follow infrastructure as a code a pattern, creating terraform script and… Continue reading Set up a SQL Server in a docker container

OData as a flexible data feed for React search

In this post, I’d like to show you a scenario, where OData makes perfect sense. This will be a React application with .Net Core 3.1 back-end with just a single endpoint serving filtered results. What is OData OData is a convention of building REST-ful interfaces, that define how resources should be exposed and how should… Continue reading OData as a flexible data feed for React search

12 things you need to know about .Net Core

.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 completely 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

Pimp your repo with GitHub Actions!

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!