Upgrade Your .NET Console App Experience
Short survey about pretty console in C#.
LCH colors in CSS: what, why, and how?
Do you know what LCH is? I didn’t know 😀
What is NULL?
If you are good sql programmer, you probably know everything about null. But if you start your adventure with sql you should read it.
Flexbox and absolute positioning
Comparision of absolute and flex positioning.
10 Essential Debugging Tools for C# .NET Development
Very good survey about .NET debugging tools.
.NET Core/Standard Auto Incrementing Versioning
Would you like to autoincrement your api? Maybe this article will be useful.
Null API Responses and HTTP 204 Results in ASP.NET Core
Do you know that ASP.NET Core 3.x returns HTTP 204 (No Content) if you return null? Maybe you should read it 😉
C# ASP.NET Core
Iterators in C#, IEnumerable
Have you ever used IAsyncEnumerable
The power of Reactive Programming and CancellationTokens
Some useful tips about reactive programming in mobile development.
Continue reading “Read it #15”
Pooling large arrays with ArrayPool
Great article about ArrayPool. It’s a high performance pool of managed arrays.
C# memory performance
Which tables should be auto vacuumed or auto analyzed?
I think that title tells us everything.
OAuth authentication with Facebook and ASP.NET Core 3.0
In this article authore covered how to use OAuth to allow users to login from facebook providers.
Continue reading “Read it #14”
Handling Events with Vue.js
Good description of handling events in vue.js
A technique for building high-performance databases with EF Core
Author describes how to improve the performance of a database query when using EF Core
C# .NET Core EF Core
Setting assembly and nuget package metadata in .NET Core
Article about assembly’s details setup in .NET Core
Continue reading “Read it #12”
Intro to gRPC in C# – How To Get Started
Introdution to gRPC
Code Cleanup: 7 Simple Daily Steps That Pay off in the End
Probably you make ideal software but maybe you remind yourself something 😉
C# good practice
Continue reading “Read it #11”
In my career I’ve made a lot of console applications. Purposes of that application was varied but some of them have one common thing: steps/stages. I’ve found out nice library which helps you display steps progress. The name of that library is … ShellProgressBar. Repository of ShellProgessBar is on github. You can use that library with .NET Core. There is a really good documentation on github. So, I’ll show you very simple example of fake import application with ShellProgressBar.