C# 8 and The Future of Null

The nullable types If you have been coding C# for a while you have probably come across Nullable types (Microsoft link). A Nullable type is in instance of System.Nullable<T> where T can be any non-nullable value type (such as int, float, bool). An instance of System.Nullable<T> can represent any value of the underlying type T […]

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 […]

C# In-Memory File System

Unit testing code that reads or writes to the filesystem can be difficult. One thing that can help is an in-memory file system that lets you emulate the actual file system just for testing purposes. This morning I stumbled across a blog post by Jason Roberts, a five time Microsoft MVP, freelance developer, writer, and […]

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 […]