Entity Framework Core (EF Core) is a popular Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) framework used by .NET developers for database operations. With the release of EF Core 7, many developers are considering upgrading their projects to take advantage of the new features and improvements. However, as with any major version upgrade, there are some breaking changes that […]
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Welcome to the Angular Tip of the Day! In this series, we’ll be sharing quick tips and tricks to help you get the most out of Angular and improve your development workflow. Tip of the Day: Using Custom Pipes in Angular One of the powerful features of Angular is the ability to create and use […]
I’m happy to announce that my Pluralsight course Styling Applications with Angular Material is now updated to angular v10, thanks for your patience! I’m also excited to announce that this course will be a part of the learning angular path, hence the title change! Some of the major topics that we will cover include: Concepts […]
I’m super excited to announce my new Pluralsight course Angular Material, here’s the course trailer: Some of the major topics that we will cover include: Concepts of material design Setting up the development environment Using the components and services Data tables This course will teach you everything from setting up a streamlined development environment to […]
SignalR for AspNetCore is announced, read all about it here, in this screencast we take a first look at how to wire it up together with Angular. Until next time, have an excellent day!
VS Code has quickly become a fairly popular IDE/editor and a free light weight alternative to Visual Studio. Getting up and running with editing and debugging C# code is usually as simply as installing the csharp extension from within VS Code. Great instructions can be found here. But what if your computer isn’t hooked up […]
I’m super excited to announce my new Pluralsight course Using ASP.NET Core to Build Single Page Applications, here’s the course trailer: Some of the major topics that we will cover include: Streamlining the Dev Experience Server-side Prerendering Creating Efficient Production Builds Continuous Integration and Deployment to Azure By the end of this course you’ll be […]
In this screencast we build an OData enabled backend using AspNet Core and connect it to Kendo UI for Angular 2‘s Grid Component in only 20 minutes. If you missed the first screencast in this two-part seriers, make sure to check it out here! Until next time, have an excellent day and a super 2017!
In this screencast we evaluate if Kendo UI for Angular 2, more specifically if the Grid Component, fulfills the requirements to deliver a solution for a client. Happy holidays and until next time, have an excellent day!
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