Technical experts are not necessarily technical leaders. Both have outstanding technical skills; the difference is in how others relate to you. Are you a person that others want to follow? That’s the question that really matters.
Bootstrap has become a very popular tool in front-end projects over the years, and it can have huge benefits. However, if your team has a front-end developer on board, I would argue you may be better off without Bootstrap. In some instances, it can do more harm than good.
Swagger is a simple yet powerful representation of your RESTful API. Once integrated with WEB API, it becomes easy to test the API without using any third-party tool. In this post, we will see how to add Swagger to ASP.NET Core Web API.
In order to demonstrate how to combine the power of React, ASP.NET Web API, and Pusher, we’ll be building a realtime chat application.
This article gives a top-down overview of the field: Instead of contrasting the implementation specifics of individual representatives, we propose a comparative classification model that relates functional and non-functional requirements to techniques and algorithms employed in NoSQL databases.
LINQPad is a must-have tool for every .NET developer, and it is a great way to explore and try Ignite.NET APIs.
While EF Core attempts to keep the paradigms and much of the syntax of earlier versions of Entity Framework, EF Core is a new set of APIs—a completely new code base written from scratch. Therefore, it’s important not to presume that everything will behave exactly as it did in the past. The change tracker is a critical case in point.
Lets look at some of the default dependency injection in ASP.NET Core to see how it is supposed to work.
Here's some exceedingly useful stuff in Visual Studio that folks often miss.