Last week I mentioned that with .Net Core 2.0 we got something that makes my jaw drop. This “little” feature that made me feel slightly uncomfortable is Razor Pages. In this post, I will show you what it really is or, in fact, what it is not ? and if we should be afraid of it. Continue Reading
The time has came for generating EF Migrations. It’s nothing special, so I didn’t plan to spend much time on it. But as it sometimes happen, I was encountering problem after problem so I decided it’s worth writing them down. Continue Reading
How many times you almost pushed some sensitive data to public repo? I have to admit, it’s one of my nightmares since I heard about crawlers occuping github and searching for credit cards data, API credentials and so on.
But it looks like this problem is over, at least for .Net Core developers. And it is because of one simple tool provided by Microsoft. It’s name is… Continue Reading
The last two evenings I reserved for coding. The plan was like this – download all the Polish companies, save them in database and make some functionality in ‘admin area’. But of course first things first – unit tests!
I have to admit, most of the code I write doesn’t have tests. It’s not something I’m proud of but life is life, deadline is deadline – but once again – it’s something that really (really – really!) makes me feel ashamed. So, this time I want to make my pet project properly and write as much unit tests as it’s possible. And I’m really curious if I will stick to this idea till the end of ReMaster. Anyway, forgive me if my tests will be bizarre ;).
I installed xUnit packages. I wrote a test just for the purpose of checking if everything is fine aaaand… Continue Reading
Configuring an Asp.Net Core MVC is not a problem since Microsoft has come with a great API. It enables storing your key-value pairs in variety of ways, preserving the hierarchical character of your data.
In this post I will focus only on the most popular way of configuring an app. So, let’s talk about… Continue Reading