My third twitch.tv live stream was titled “SPAs a-plenty”. The goal of my this stream was to talk through Feature Folders and add them to a pre-existing GitHub repo, then to consume them in a new project for that GitHub repo. Things didn't go entirely according to plan, but it still ended up pretty interesting (I think)
I recently upgraded dwCheckApi to .NET Core 2.0, but the deployment didn't go so well. Want to know why and how to avoid it happening to you? Then click through and read on.
The Discworld Disorganiser is a Web UI front end for my dwCheckApi project, and was created as a way for users to search through the main Discworld novels. Users can search by Book data (title, blurb contents, isbn, etc.), Character name, or Series data (Character name, Book name).
My companion post to Zac's post on using a client side React.js application to communicate with a .NET Core powered WebApi. This article was originally posted on The Reactionary.
My first twitch.tv live stream was titled "Building a .NET Core Application with Onion Architecture". During the stream I went through the process of creating an application, developing each layer of the onion, discussing what I was doing along the way, and dropping some .NET Core, ASP.NET Core and EF Core knowledge on the viewers along the way.