Every now and then, I come across a post that talks about how complex writing code is. These are my thoughts on the subject.
.NET Core in general has a nice configuration API that I've been fond of since .NET Core 1.x. But since Blazor WebAssembly apps run completely on the client, the configuration works a little differently that one might expect. The way configuration using appsettings.json works is that, a HTTP
I'm writing this for those new to ASP.NET Core, based on what I see on StackOverflow. Most of what I've written here is already in the Docs, so check the links at the end of the post for detailed info. The ASP.NET Core Web Host Think of the
Quick posts on writing scripts using C#
Quite often, all I want to do is check if a single line of code does what I think it does.
Quick blogpost on converting HTML to PDF from an ASP.NET Core application using a Node library by Marc Bachmann [https://github.com/marcbachmann] called html-pdf [https://github.com/marcbachmann/node-html-pdf]. I've also setup a docker-based sample github repository [https://github.com/gldraphael/PdfGenerationNodeServicesSample] if you just want to see