Managing Your Collections With the EntityAdapter: @ngrx/entity-Series – Part 1
This three-part series of blogposts is targeted at developers who have already gained experience with NgRx but still manage their collections themselves. In the first part I introduce the Entity Adapter, in the second part I show you how to connect it to NgRx and in the third part how to do it with the Component Store as well.
Implementing Smart and Presentational Components with Angular: Condensed Angular Experiences – Part 4
In this article, we will explore how to apply the concept of smart and presentational components with Angular. We will choose a complex-enough target to see all aspects in action, yet understandable and within the scope of this article. The goal is to teach you how to use this architecture in your way. For that, we will iterate through different development stages, starting with the target selection and implementing it in a naive way. After the first development, we will refactor that naive solution into smart and presentational components that are reusable, refactor-friendly, and testable.
Entity Framework
Entity Framework Core 7: N+1 Queries Problem
The N+1 queries problem has been our constant companion since day one of Entity Framework (Core). Entity Framework Core 2 (EF 2) introduced a new feature that caused the "N+1 queries problem" more often and was more difficult to detect, so it was removed in the following version. After a little back and forth, let's see how Entity Framework Core 7 (EF 7) handles this issue and why it will likely remain in the future.
Blazor WebAssembly in Practice: Maturity, Success Factors, Showstoppers
ASP.NET Core Blazor is Microsoft's framework for implementing web-based applications, aimed at developers with knowledge of .NET and C#. It exists alongside other frameworks such as ASP.NET Core MVC. About two and a half years after the release of Blazor WebAssembly and based on our experiences from many customer projects at Thinktecture, we want to have a close look at the following questions: What is the current state of the framework? How can you successfully use Blazor? And where does it have limitations?
Blazor WebAssembly: Debugging gRPC-Web with Custom Chrome Developer Tools
If you are working with Blazor, gRPC is a big issue for transferring data from APIs to clients. One issue of developing with gRPC-Web is debugging the transmitted data because the data is in an efficient binary message format. In this article, I will show you how to solve this problem with the help of my NuGet.
Angular OnPush – A Change Detection Strategy Revealing Mistakes in Your Code
When optimizing the performance of Angular applications, many developers directly associate Angular's OnPush change detection strategy with it. But, if you don't know exactly how OnPush works under the hood, it will quickly teach you what you are doing wrong the hard way. In this article, we'll look deeper into how the OnPush strategy affects Angular's change detection mechanism and which pitfalls we should avoid at all costs.
Entity Framework Core: User-defined Fields and Tables
The requirement to store additional fields, unknown at development time, in a relational database is not new. Nonetheless, none of the projects I know of are willing to change the database structure at runtime. What if there is a project which needs dynamically created fields and doesn't want or cannot use entity–attribute–value model or switch to No-SQL databases?
Incremental Roslyn Source Generators in .NET 6: Adapt Code Generation Based on Project Dependencies – Part 5
The Roslyn Source Generator, implemented in the previous articles of the series, emits some C# code without looking at the dependencies of the current .NET (Core) project. In this article our DemoSourceGenerator should implement a JsonConverter, but only if the corresponding library (e.g. Newtonsoft.Json) is referenced by the project.
Configuring Lazy Loaded Angular Modules
Making our Angular modules configurable is an important step in building a reusable architecture. Having used Angular for a while you might be familiar with the commonly used forRoot() and forChild() functions, that some modules provide you with. But what is the best way to provide configuration in these cases?


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