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.
Read it #10
Building modular, multi-tenant ASP.NET Core apps with Orchard Core framework
Watch video about multi-tenant ASP.NET Core apps.
C# ASP.NET Core Orchard Core
The Five Most Popular Operating Systems for the Internet of Things
Survey about operating systems for IoT.
Integrating Google APIs with Angular
Do you need to display something from google calendar? Maybe this article will help you.
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Read It #9
C# Serial Port Access – Windows
Is serial port a retro? Maybe 🙂 But there are still areas where we use them.
C# Serial port
File uploads with Blazor
Blazor is quite new part of .NET World. Do you know how to upload file in Blazor? 🙂
ASP.NET Core Blazor C#
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Enums & APIs
Post about using or not enums in API
Dynamic controller routing in ASP.NET Core 3.0
You can see how to use dynamic routes in .NET Core 3. Author give example how to handle with different names for the same actions but in different languages.
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Write Better Code Faster with Roslyn Analyzers
Do you use FxCopAnalyzers? If you don’t read it because of maybe you should.
Repository Pattern C#
Back to the basics 🙂
C# design patterns
11 Essential ASP.NET Interview Questions
Are you going to change a job? Read it. Maybe you could better prepare to interview.
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ASP.NET Core health checks quick start
Read about creating health check for your .net core API.
Bidirectional Messages Streaming with .NET Core 3.0 Using gRPC
Example of implementation gPRC in .net core 3.0.
.net core gRPC
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Checklist for writing great Visual Studio extensions
Are you going to create visual studio extension? Maybe that article will be useful.
Pipeline Pattern Implementations in C# .NET – Part 1
Article about pipeline pattern
C# Design Pattern
Scaling Postgresql for Large Amounts of Data
Do you know what is a difference between horizontal and vertical scaling? Do you know how we can scale PostgreSQL? No? Read it. If you know read it also because of you can forget something 😉
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SQLite Tips and Tricks for Mobile Developers
I think that title say enough 🙂 Do you use SQLite? Is anyone who don’t? 🙂
Find Out Why Your CSS Isn’t Working! New Firefox DevTools Features
Description of new features of Firefox’s devtools which are very useful to investigate website style’s issues.
PostgreSQL’s indexes – GIN
The explanation of GIN indexes in PostgreSQL. The GIN (Generalized Inverted Index) indexes are very useful for arrays and jsonb.
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Optimizing Google Fonts Performance
Do you use google fonts? Maybe you find some useful tips in this article. I found 😉
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Creating Strings with No Allocation Overhead Using String.Create
Very good article about string creating. You will find out how to create strings in high performance way.
How to Section Your HTML
Article contains information about correct html structure on website.
html good practicies
Bloom Indexes in PostgreSQL
I think that you should read it if you have table that stores a lof of data and has a lot of columns.
postgresql database performance
Metrics to Monitor in Your PostgreSQL Database
Get more information about PostgreSQL monitoring
Machine Learning with ML.NET in UWP: Binary Classification
Read more about binary classification. There are a theory and examples.
.net C# machine learning
8 Techniques to Avoid GC Pressure and Improve Performance in C# .NET
In present time when we run our applications on clouds we should focus more on performance. Why? Because we pay for every resources 😉 Read this article and learn more how to imporve performance of .net applications