ASP.NET

Running Visual Studio Code on Linux

For my up-coming presentation “ASP.NET Core on Linux” I need Linux VM I can access with Remote Desktop to run Visual Studio Code. After hours of different problems that grew fast over my head I was able to make things work and now I have functioning VM I can use for demos. This post is short overview about what I did and it is for those readers who also want to have Linux VM with Visual Studio Code.

ASP.NET Core: Using third-party DI/IoC containers

Although ASP.NET Core has built-in dependency injection and inversion of control support it is still possible to use DI components by other vendors. ASP.NET Core supports other containers through simple IServiceProvider interface. This blog post explains how to use other containers with ASP.NET Core and shows how to use Structuremap and Autofac with framework level dependency injection.

TemperatureStation: My Windows 10 IoT Core solution on Github

I published to Github sample temperature measuring solution that runs on Windows 10 IoT Core and that is built on Visual Studio. Source code with basic documentation is available too. This demo project is there to give some starting point to those who are visiting my Brewing Eisbock with Raspberry PI and Windows 10 IoT sessions in different conferences.

Running ASP.NET Core applications on IIS

Preparing for CodeCamp Cluj 2016 I needed to host one ASP.NET Core application on IIS web server. I had one simple box with clean IIS available in my network and I installed my ASP.NET Core application on it. This blog post is simple step by step guide showing how to prepare and configure IIS for ASP.NET Core applications.

ASP.NET Core: Using view injection

Besides all other dependency injection forms, ASP.NET Core supports also view injection. Yes, it is possible to inject instances directly to views and there’s no need to update view models to carry information that is already available through dependency injection. This blog post demonstrates how to use view injection.

Creating minimal ASP.NET Core web application

By its nature ASP.NET Core application is .NET Core command-line application with some web sites stuff that is set up when application starts. Although Visual Studio has ASP.NET Core web site template that comes with simple default web site and start-up class it’s possible to be even more minimal. This blog post introduces the minimal ASP.NET Core web application.

Using xUnit with ASP.NET Core

Writing tests for ASP.NET Core applications can be done using xUnit. xUnit works on both.NET Framework and .NET Core. This post shows how to set up and use xUnit with ASP.NET Core applications in Visual Studio and on command-line. Targeting multiple frameworks is also covered.

ASP.NET MVC: Precompiling views

This blog post is about how to really precompile ASP.NET MVC views. It destroys the myth about MvcBuildViews as precompilation tool and shows you how to configure precompiling. It also stops on some internals of precompiling and explains what are the options and limitations with it. There is also real-life example for Azure where precompiling of views may avoid some serious headaches that one may face otherwise.

Speaking at TechDays 2016 NL!

This year again I have honour to speak at TechDays 2016 Netherlands. It is well organized event with very good and interesting content. I was speaking there year ago and I had only good experiences with this event. This year it is held in RAI Center at Amsterdam in the beginning of October – 04-05.10.2016. This blog post tells why it is important to visit this event and why it is important to come to my Azure deep-dive session.

Using dependency injection with view components

On ASP.NET Core view components support dependency injection. We can use some DI/IoC container but we can also go with framework level dependency injection. This blog post explains how dependency injection works with view components and as an example I show you some code I’m using to build top menu for my demo site.

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