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ASP.NET Core 2.2 introduces API Analyzers for improved WEB API documentation

One of the new features of ASP.NET Core 2.2 is, API Controller conventions for better documentation experience. ASP.NET Core 2.1 introduced the ApiController attribute to denote a web API controller specific conventions like performing automatic model validation and automatically responds with a 400 error. The ASP.NET Core 2.2 takes one step further to provide the metadata for API Explorer and a better end-to-end API documentation experience. To achieve this, ASP.NET Core 2.2 introduces API Analyzers which help in following a set of conventions for better API documentation. In this post, let’s find out how to use API Analyzers. (more…)

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How to lazy load images in Angular 6

Lazy loading is a technique to load the content only when the user asks for it. Therefore, the initial loading of the webpage is much faster as the complete page is not loaded. In case of lots of images on the webpage, it is always recommended to use lazy loading for the images. As an example, while showing a photo gallery, there is no point loading all the images in one go as the user may leave after only viewing the first few images and this would result in slower loading and waste of bandwidth. In such scenarios, lazy loading is an ideal choice. This post talks about how to lazy load images in Angular 6.
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A neat way to build query string in ASP.NET Core

Creating query string in code can lead to errors as you have to deal with strings, ampersand and question marks. Fortunately, ASP.NET Core has a static class QueryHelpers which has a function called AddQueryString offers a neat way to build query string in ASP.NET Core. The AddQueryString method has 2 definitions. One for creating query string for single parameter and another for multiple parameters. (more…)

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FromServices Attribute in ASP.NET Core

ASP.NET Core has inbuilt support for the dependency injection (DI) for adding the dependency to the container and then consume it in our application. Constructor injection is a familiar, and the most used way to inject the dependencies. However, it may not be an ideal choice in certain situations like only a single action method within the controller requires the dependency. ASP.NET Core provides an attribute called FromServices to inject the dependencies directly into the controller’s action method. In this post, we’ll find out how to use FromServices Attribute in ASP.NET Core. (more…)

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Angular Console – An UI for Angular CLI

When Angular CLI was released, it instantly got the attention, and many developers started using it as it took away all the pain to create Angular based applications. Angular CLI performs every activity required for an angular application starting from creating to deploying the app. You don’t have to spend time for webpack configurations, making tests run, fixing source maps as the CLI takes care. But, one will have to remember all the CLI commands to use it efficiently. To address this, a new tool is available called “Angular Console”. It’s a visual representation of angular CLI. In this post, we’ll see how to get started with Angular Console and create an angular application using the same.
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