How to debug a Blazor project

Why is debugging Blazor applications different from Angular or React? When you run a JavaScript framework, like Angular or React, the JavaScript code is available on the client-side. This makes it possible to use the built-in developer tools in the browser to inspect and step through the code. When running Blazor applications you execute a […]

Blazor – first impressions

What is Blazor? To quote the official Blazor homepage ”Blazor is a single-page web app framework built on .NET that runs in the browser with WebAssembly.” The natural follow-up question is then ”What is WebAssembly?”. From the official WebAssembly homepage we can read that ”WebAssembly (abbreviated Wasm) is a binary instruction format for a stack-based […]

How to design a REST API with C# in ASP.NET Core 2

What is REST? REST is short for Representational State Transfer,  and is way to design web services. So called RESTful web services. Usually the RESTful service is accessible via a URI and HTTP operations such as  GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE are used to get or modify the data that is often stored in a […]

How to design a Priority Queue in C#

What is a Priority Queue? To be a bit formal, a priority queue is an abstract data type (ADT), similar to a regular queue, but where each element has a priority associated to it. An element with high priority is served before an element with a low priority. Elements which have the same priority are […]

Book Review – The imposter’s handbook

Introduction Just by reading the heading of this blog post won’t tell you anything about what kind of book I am writing a review on. The full title is actually The imposter’s Handbook – A CS Primer For Self-Taught Programmers, where CS is short for Computer Science. The book is written by Rob Conery, a […]