Building Progressive Web apps with ASP.NET Core

This post is about building Progressive Web Apps or PWA with ASP.NET Core. Progressive Web App (PWA) are web applications that are regular web pages or websites, but can appear to the user like traditional applications or native mobile applications. The application type attempts to combine features offered by most...


How to launch different browsers from VS Code for debugging ASP.NET Core

This post is about launching different browsers from VSCode, while debugging ASP.NET Core. By default when debugging an ASP.NET Core, VS Code will launch default browser. There is way to choose the browser you would like to use. Here is the code snippet which will add different debug configuration to...


Runtime bundling and Minification in ASP.NET Core with Smidge

This post is about enabling bundling and minification in ASP.NET Core with Smidge. Long back I wrote a post about bundling and minification in ASP.NET Core. But it was during the compile time or while publishing the app. But Smidge helps you to enable bundling and minification in runtime similar...


Connecting Localdb using Sql Server Management Studio

This post is about connecting and managing SQL Server LocalDB instances with Sql Server Management Studio. While working on an ASP.NET Core web application, I was using LocalDB, but when I tried to connect to it and modifying the data, but I couldn’t find it. Later after exploring little I...


Unit Testing ASP.NET Core Tag Helper

This post is about unit testing an ASP.NET Core tag helper. Tag Helpers enable server-side code to participate in creating and rendering HTML elements in Razor files. Unlike HTML helpers, Tag Helpers reduce the explicit transitions between HTML and C# in Razor views. In this post I am writing unit...


Implementing feature toggle in ASP.NET Core

This post is about implementing feature toggle in ASP.NET Core. A feature toggle(also feature switch, feature flag, feature flipper, conditional feature, etc.) is a technique in software development that attempts to provide an alternative to maintaining multiple source-code branches (known as feature branches), such that a feature can be tested...


Building multi-tenant applications with ASP.NET Core

This post is about developing multi-tenant applications with ASP.NET Core. Multi-tenancy is an architecture in which a single instance of a software application serves multiple customers. Each customer is called a tenant. Tenants may be given the ability to customize some parts of the application. The first aspect of multi-tenancy...