On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Scott Addie discusses the various options for creating UI components in ASP.NET Core. Scott talks about TagHelpers, View Components, and if Razor is still used in the ASP.NET Core. Scott Addie Scott Addie is an avid blogger, a Telerik Developer Network author, and a technical evangelist of the […]
Building feature rich applications can often leave users asking to take visual elements off the screen to be used elsewhere. Being able to export from an application to Word or PDF opens up new possibilities, such as sharing, reporting or even satisfying Sarbanes–Oxley (SOX) audit requirements. Getting data out of your application and into standard […]
In recent years, the modern web platform has propelled itself forward at the speed of light. Open source web development communities have popped up on GitHub like canvas tents at peak-season campsites; and state-of-the-art technologies have emerged like fireflies in the night sky. Where was our friend ASP.NET, you ask? Startled by the clamor, it […]
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, James Chambers unpacks the highlights from Microsoft Build 2017. The importance of AI and Machine Learning for developers is discussed. James shares his interest in using software for humanitarian efforts. James Chambers James is a Microsoft MVP and one of the ASP.NET Monsters, currently developing on the MVC […]
ASP.NET Core is here and it’s cross-platform, which is kind of awesome. It’s also a bit different from MVC 5, which is kind of annoying. I’ll be the first to admit that I haven’t written any ASP.NET code since version 3, so if you’re new to ASP.NET Core, you’re in good company! Our team recently […]
TagHelpers are a new addition to ASP.NET Core that allow developers to write complex HTML elements using a component-like syntax. Let’s begin by discussing the reason TagHelpers were created. By understanding why TagHelpers were created, we can get a better idea of what TagHelpers are and how to identify them. Why Were TagHelpers Created? The […]
ASP.NET Core ushers in a new generation of ASP.NET applications. This new generation of application can run on many platforms such as Windows, Mac, Linux and Docker. Running cross platform means dropping the need for Internet Information Services (IIS) to host the application. In addition, ASP.NET Core has been engineered with dependency injection and a […]
Ed and Sam Basu cover the latest news in the development community including: Angular 2, NativeScript snacks, ASP.NET Core RTM, and Windows CLI.
On this episode , Brian and Ed cover the latest news in the development community including: bots-bots-bots, React setup, ASP.NET Core RC2, Project.json, and NativeScript.