In this C# Advent post, we have a little fun and talk about some nice, lesser hyped .NET 6 features that might make you happy.
I talk about my favorite things about .NET 6: Hot Reload, Minimal APIs, HTTP logging, Blazor improvements, and more.
Let’s look at error boundaries in Blazor, a new feature that allows you to handle Blazor Server unhandled exceptions more easily. We’ll learn what error boundaries are, and what they are not.
In this post, we learn how to use API versioning in ASP.NET Core.
In this post, I briefly discuss the process of upgrading a Blazor WebAssembly App from .NET 5 to .NET 6.
In this post, let's take a tour of Minimal APIs in .NET 6.
Let's take a look at Dapr, a distributed application runtime that promises to make working with microservices easier.
The .NET Upgrade Assistant is a global command-line tool that guides you through migrating your .NET Framework apps to .NET 5, automating several painful steps along the way. In this post, we review the tool by migrating an ASP.NET MVC app.