Recently I have quite tough time coding. Anything I touched, throws exception with messages that even google wasn’t eager to answer. Since I started developing my pet project ReMaster, it became a rule. I don’t know if it’s because of my rather small knowledge of the .net core or just the fact that I work on the ReMaster usually late in the night and I’m half asleep by the time. But never mind and let’s focus on my last problems and solutions.
Last week I didn’t do much coding. In fact, all I did was playing a little with ReSharper and adding some ‘flesh’ to my app’s skeleton. ReMaster is able to connect to a database now and log errors when they occur. It also has some interfaces that may be useful later (when I start coding the model).
Not a big thing but I wanted to rethink the project structure a few times (basically because I rarely have an opportunity to code a web app from a scratch so it was loads of fun!). And yes, I know there is at least one open source project that provides a starting point for ASP.Net Core MVC. But because it’s my pet project I can do with it whatever I want and if I decide to starve it to death, I will starve it to death, got it?! 😉
But coming back to my app’s topic, you may think about…
How to get all the Polish companies’ data?
All Polish companies are present in a system called CEIDG (in English: Central Registration and Information on Business). It provides a simple API – so far so good. Continue Reading
I am the kind of person that always has in mind a few pet projects’ ideas. Some of them are crazy, some would probably be a catastrophic failure, but hey! You never know before you try ;)! So I decided to try once again (the tenth time?) start my new project and get some extra motivation from the Get Noticed! competition.
Yes, I’m in! Continue Reading