Eric Vogel uses code samples and screenshots to demonstrate how to do Entity Framework Core migrations in a .NET Core application through the command line and in code.
Eric Vogel follows up on his previous post on getting started with ASP.NET Core security. Now that .NET Core 3.0 is out, he shows how to upgrade the code from Part 1 to ASP.NET Core 3.0, put pages behind login, create user roles, and use existing roles to restrict access to pages.
Eric Vogel kicks off his series on ASP.NET Core security by showing how to set up authentication to register, log in and log out a user account in an ASP.NET Core MVC application.
Eric Vogel uses code samples and screenshots to demonstrate how to create and use the views and controller for an ASP.NET MVC Core CRUD application.
Templated components expose customizable sections via parameters, and consumers then pass in their own templates for these sections that the component will use when rendering. They make it really easy to create some high-level reusable components, especially when incorporating generics.
- By Chris Sainty
Eric Vogel provides many code samples to show how to use Entity Framework Core for an ASP.NET Core MVC application.
Eric Vogel shows how to create a new ASP.NET Core Web application using Visual Studio 2017.
ServiceStack moves to a complete Web application framework with support for Razor forms.
- By Patrick Steele
For this first in a series, Eric Vogel checks out the new IReadOnlyCollection<T> Stack<T> and Queue<T> implementations in .NET Framework 4.6.
Now that you know how to create tag helpers, let's create a custom one that loads a bootstrap-select dropdown via a remote URI.
Clean up your Razor views with the new tag helpers in ASP.NET MVC 6.
Now that Visual Studio 2015 is upon us, here's a brief overview of the capabilities of the .NET Compiler Platform.
How to unit test view model validation, focusing on the controller when the model is bound to a controller action.
You're vying for a senior developer position. Here's what you need to know to win over your interviewer.
- By Patrick Steele