Friday, October 23, 2020

Blazor: Chained Binds

A chained bind is binding a custom child component's property to a property of the parent component. Maybe you've already discovered how to two-way data...

Setting Up a React Development Environment

Preparation First make sure that you have the latest version of node.js installed. The easiest way to do that is to download the installer...

Pluralsight Course “Understanding ASP.NET Core 2.x” Updated

My Pluralsight course about ASP.NET Core 2 is one of the most popular courses I have. Many people have already watched it and...

Endpoint Routing in ASP.NET Core 2.2 Explained

The ASP.NET Core team is hard at work making ASP.NET Core better and more performant with each release. An enhancement in 2.2 is endpoint...

.NET Standard Explained: How the table works

It took me a while to get my head around the new .NET Standard which is going to affect the monikers that are...

Writing APIs in ASP.NET Core 2.1 with the ApiController Attribute

APIs Writing Apis in ASP.NET Core until version 2.0 for me has been a great experience. I love the fact that we can now...

Using React’s new context API

Why context? A component tree can quickly grow. The root component has many children, the children have many children and so on. What if you...

Blazor: Cascading Values

Cascading values make it possible to make values and objects available to all components without the need to pass them along explicitly. The first rectangle...