Stories Tagged with '.NET Core'


my dotNetConf 2019 Talk

.NET ConfI had the opportunity to talk on the .NET Conf last week. Was fun to talk about .NET API Versioning. I love how much easier it is, these days, to be able to implement routing than it used to.

They finally posted the video, so if you want to see the talk, here is your chance:

What's New in ASP.NET Core 3 Preview 6

ASP.NET Core 3.0 ASP.NET Core 3 seems to be taking a similar tact to version 1 as it is adding a lot of functionality and phasing it in with different previews. While a lot of the articles seem to be focusing on the non-ASP.NET features (e.g. WPF, WinForms, etc.), I thought it would be nice to let those of you who are ASP.NET devs know what is in Preview 6 just for you.

It feels a lot like the ASP.NET MVC/API side is being treated as mature and stable as there is are not a lot of surface changes. Microsoft does seem to be doubling down on Razor Pages and Blazor. It feels like they want .NET Core to be a good fit for different styles and backgrounds of developer. This release is no different.

SQL Saturday and DotNetSouth in Atlanta

MeI've had a great time this week attending two events and talking about things I love: .NET and Vue.

Was a busy week, but really had fun time presenting again. Lots of great questions!

Using Vue CLI Inside an ASP.NET Core Project

Vue.jsAs many of my readers already know, I've become enamoured with Vue.js. Because of this, I've been using it more and more on projects.

Since I also deal with ASP.NET Core almost exclusively, I've been at odds with how to get the two technologies to work well together. Originally I had just used the JavaScript file, but as I've started building larger pieces, I've wanted to use projects built by the Vue CLI in ASP.NET Core. Here's how I've been doing it. Might not be right, but it's at least a way ; )

Seeding Related Entities in EF Core 2.1's HasData()

Julie LermanIf you didn't notice, Entity Framework Core 2.1 has a new way to support seeding your databases with a method called HasData. Julie Lerman has a great new Data Points column in MSDN that explains how a lot of it works.

Go read that article first. It really covers the basics. Unfortunately, for my use, her article missed a tiny detail that I think is useful. But let's start with a brief overview of how HasData works.

Shawn
Shawn Wildermuth
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