Understand Dependency Injection in Blazor

Introduction The Dependency Injection is a design pattern that helps create a loosely coupled application design. It provides greater maintainability, testability, and reusability. In this pattern, the dependencies that are required to complete the task are provided from the outer world rather than created inside the class. There are various ways to inject the dependencies:... » read more

Blazor State: Browser Storage

Browser storage For transient data that the user is actively creating, a commonly used storage location is the browser’s localStorage and sessionStorage collections: localStorage is scoped to the browser’s window. If the user reloads the page or closes and re-opens the browser, the state persists. If the user opens multiple browser tabs, the state is shared across the tabs. Data... » read more

Blazor In-memory state container service

In-memory state container service Nested components typically bind data using chained bind as described in ASP.NET Core Blazor data binding. Nested and un-nested components can share access to data using a registered in-memory state container. A custom state container class can use an assignable Action to notify components in different parts of the app of state changes. In the following... » read more

Blazor State Management

Where to persist state Common locations exist for persisting state: Server-side storage URL Browser storage In-memory state container service Server-side storage For permanent data persistence that spans multiple users and devices, the app can use independent server-side storage accessed via a web API. Options include: Blob storage Key-value storage Relational database Table storage After data... » read more

C# Random

Sources: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.random?view=net-5.0

DBCC CHECKTABLE Fix Database Table

Examples A. Checking a specific table The following example checks the data page integrity of the HumanResources.Employee table in the AdventureWorks2012 database.SQLCopy B. Performing a low-overhead check of the table The following example performs a low overhead check of the Employee table in the AdventureWorks2012 database.SQLCopy C. Checking a specific index The following example checks a specific index, obtained... » read more

Debug Azure Web App using Kudu

Using Kudu First, let’s launch Kudu. You can do this in a variety of ways. Here are a few: Launch Kudu manually from the address bar If your website is https://magicalunicorns.azurewebsites.net, the Kudu URL is https://magicalunicorns.scm.azurewebsites.net. Notice the appended “scm.” here. You’ll need to be signed in with an account with access to the App Service resource... » read more

Publish with Remove additional files at destination option

Publish in Visual Studio. “Remove additional files at destination” option Remove additional files at destination The most common and easiest way to resolve this error is to re-publish your code, but with the options to “Remove additional files at destination” turned on. This will ensure that Visual Studio’s web deploy process will delete all existing... » read more


https://learn-blazor.com/architecture/rest-api/ https://github.com/software-architects/learn-blazor/tree/master/samples/RestApi