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.
I would like to present you a simple .NET client for REST and HTTP API – RestSharp.
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I would like to show how to use RabbitMQ and .NET Core. So, I prepared example email queue to send emails.
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I want to show you how to integrate WebAPI and angular.js It won’t be very complex example but it could be helpful at the begining. So, I want to create simple web to store contacts.
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Sometimes we want to repeat attempt after first unsuccessful attempt. Sometimes when we get exception it is timeout or something like that. So, we could repeat again and maybe we do what we want. I think that you can use Polly for it.
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I want to show you simple library to accessing and modyfing database. Simple.Data is some kind of ORM but very lightweight ORM. In my opinion it could be use in simple projects.
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I want to write something about autofac. It is one of IoC container for Microsoft .NET. You can find very good documentation about it here. I don’t want to persuade you that it’s the best IoC container for .NET but I want to introduce it only.
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Sometimes we need to create some console application (maybe not very often ;-)). I don’t know what are your experiences in that area but I always wondered how to nicely display data. I found great tool for it.
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