Have you created a class library for tests with XUnit and .NET standard? Doesn’t it work?
Here are a few things I would have loved to hear when I was fresh. They help set a much better mindset.
OneTrueError is an open source error handling service. It includes the context information that you forgot to include when you logged/reported the exception.
I wanted to remove/unlist one of my packages from nuget.org. It was however not a trivial task to perform as ALL package versions must be unlisted. This article will show you a programmatic way to do so.
My server crashed and all I could find is an old backup.
Formatting, layout etc will be restored later.
Griffin DAL Generator is a tool which can generate pure ADO.NET based repositories for you. This new version is a Visual Studio Extension. Right-click on any project in the Solution Explorer to start the generator wizard.
Griffin.Yo is a SPA library written in typescript. My goal is to create a simple library which is easy to get started with, but powerful enough to support building complex web applications. This post will show you how you can work with views in Griffin.Yo.
I’ve pushed a new release that includes a form reader. With a few lines of code you can get a complete JSON object, including hierarchy from a HTML form.
I’ve struggled in Griffin.Yo to be able to get script tags to load and execute in the correct order. This article will explain how you can achieve that.
All SPA libraries that I’ve tried have long tutorials to show you have to use and configure them. It’s not unusual that they allow you to structure your application just as you like, which might be great for powerful users, but make it more confusing for newcomers. Here is an introduction to my own library which should be reasonable easy to get started with.