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It's been on my todo list for about 6 years but I finally created documentation for the iambacon pattern library.
If you are particular about the placement of windows on your desktop (like I am), then FancyZones is the tool for you.
Much has changed with .NET Core, creating syndication feeds isn't one of them.
Sometimes it is necessary to add page specific styling. Typically I set a page class. In the context of an SPA (Single Page Application) such as Blazor it is not as straight forward. Here is one solution.
There is no official Blazor support from Raygun but it is actually simple to implement.
With the recent release of .NET Core 3 and the even more recent announcement of .NET Core 3.1 LTS, I felt now was a good time to move iambacon blog over from the .NET framework to the new world of .NET.
This article demonstrates an approach to setting the document title in a Blazor app.
Blazor uses ASP.NET Core authentication to allow you to control access to areas within your site. A common scenario is to redirect unauthenticated users to the login page.
With .NET Core 3.0 Preview 8 announced, there is one breaking change that did not seem to be mentioned.
Refit, a REST library for .NET, takes your API interfaces and dynamically generates a service using
HttpClient to make the requests. This cuts out a lot of repetitive code and can be used with client-side Blazor. Here's how.