Microservices Using .Net Core

Microservices Using .Net Core Today, we delve into Microservices. We see large projects working on monolithic architecture and service-oriented architecture (SOA). As we have cloud providers providing affordable cloud services, monolithic applications are migrated into Microservices. Why no to Monolithic? Monolithic applications are multilayered, working on a system, or scaled into distributed servers. The components… Continue reading Microservices Using .Net Core

Entity Framework Core: Cross Platform ORM for .NET Core

Entity Framework Core: Cross Platform ORM for .NET Core We are just now getting into connecting to the database. This is a good time to talk about Entity Framework (EF) core. Entity Framework maps the objects of the source code to the tables of the relational database. The tedious way of connecting to DB was… Continue reading Entity Framework Core: Cross Platform ORM for .NET Core

Cross-Platform Functionality with .NET Core

Cross-Platform Functionality with .NET Core Since the release of .NET Core on Microsoft stack, .NET based products are now cross-platform. There was good response when .NET core was released as an open-source platform with additional functionalities that were missing in the previous .NET Framework. .NET Framework was ignored by the open source communities for a… Continue reading Cross-Platform Functionality with .NET Core

BOS Framework – AWS Cloud in 5 minutes

BOS Framework – AWS Cloud in 5 minutes Developers love to jump in and start pushing their code. When we start on a new stack, it always takes too much of time to setup in AWS in a scalable, secure manner. Now there are options like Terraform and BOS Framework. Terraform requires lot of learning… Continue reading BOS Framework – AWS Cloud in 5 minutes

New Features

New Features New Features being added Today we are off to a new journey. With new journey comes new infusion of pages. Ideally, we don’t want to see same admin style screens all the time. That said, this month’s theme is products. With that come product lists, product summary, checkout and integration with payment processing… Continue reading New Features

WebSocket or SSE

WebSocket or SSE Choosing the Best for Real-Time Apps Apps like social media-based chat, multiplayer games, social feeds, financial-based apps, etc. demand communication with their servers. To achieve consistent communication, pull architecture or push architecture is implemented between the client and the server. Our sample applications need consistent communication between the client and the servers.… Continue reading WebSocket or SSE

Complex Forms

Complex Forms Code can get really ugly real fast if the architecture design can’t support lot of scenarios. This is especially true with businesses that need to support multiple scenarios based on Country, State, Language, Business lines supported, Acquiring new companies, etc. For example if we have 50 states to support, that equals 50 variations.… Continue reading Complex Forms

Basic Forms

Basic Forms Today, we are starting with Case Start page. With this, we are starting with a basic form. Tomorrow, we can delve into a complex form. Since we are using Angular for this project, Let’s dig into core components of Angular Forms. We used FormGroup, FormControl and FormArray. These are the three main pillars… Continue reading Basic Forms