Recently an intern on the team I am currently working on asked me to review the code on a new solution he has been tasked to code. About a week or so later, I received the following from him via chat: On the project I sent you, I don't understand what you mean by … Continue reading Reuse, Reuse and More Code Reuse!
In the fifth article in this series, I talked about and showed how to code the communications layer for this cloud solution using ASP.NET Core Web API. In this article I’m going to add the user experience (UX) layer to maintain the ad data using ASP.NET Core 3.0 using the new Blazor framework (in preview). … Continue reading Real World Cloud App – From Start to Finish: The User Experience Layer
For the third time, I will be speaking at the C# Corner Conference in India on April 20th - 21st. I'm very excited about bringing my 25th Anniversary World Tour to India and rock the geeks... again! I hope to see you there for some learning and fun. I had a blast speaking and playing … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks The C# Corner Conference Conference in India (2019)
For the second time, I will be speaking at the MSCC Developers Conference in Mauritius on April 11th - 13th. I'm very excited about bringing my 25th Anniversary World Tour to this beautiful island country and rock the geeks! I hope to see you there for some learning and fun. I will have swag and … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks The MSCC Developers Conference in Mauritius (2019)
In the second article in this series, I laid out the architecture and design for this cloud solution. Now it’s finally time to get coding! In this article, I will discuss how I designed the data layer using Azure Cosmos DB. To keep a separation of concerns, I will also talk about the business entities … Continue reading Real World Cloud App – From Start to Finish: The Data Layer
In this article I want to outline the overall architecture for the services and apps. The first part of this article will document the feature request, then the remainder will be about the architecture and the design.
Several years ago, I came up with a new conference session to show how I created a real cloud app that I applied the same n-tier architecture that I have been using most of my career. The session is called “Rock Your App with a Real World Example”. Below is the n-tier architecture diagram that … Continue reading Real World Cloud App – From Start to Finish