Hello, I am Patrick Jahr

Since my first contact with web development, I am excited about creating web applications with all their possibilities. Here at Thinktecture, I can live my enthusiasm for full-stack development by focusing on frontend technologies with Blazor WebAssembly, Angular and Web Components and backend architectures with ASP.NET Core. I love to share my experience and content with the community by giving user group and conference sessions.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out and contact me at patrick.jahr@thinktecture.com.

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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.
[Sneak Preview] Blazor WebAssembly: The Power Of EF Core And SQLite In The Browser – In-Depth
Rumor has it, this is the dream of many .NET developers: Using SQLite and EF Core in the browser with Blazor WebAssembly. Is this possible? In this article, we will have a look how you can manage your offline data with the help of SQLite and EF Core by persisting the data with standard browser features and APIs.
Lightweight And Fast Web Components With LitElement
In my last article, I wrote about how to create Web Components without any framework using the native browser APIs. Nevertheless, there is something yet unsaid that is worth mentioning. Frameworks like Angular or VueJS give us a little bit more comfort to create our Web Components. For example, we have iterators like for loops. We can use these in our templates to generate our HTML template, and so much more. When using a framework though, we deal with a big bundle to make a small component. But are these frameworks the only option to create Web Components? No!
How to create a Native Web Component without a Framework
Everyone knows it: encapsulating and reusing UI components on the web is challenging. It is usually copy and paste of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, often spread over one or more files. If you forget a part, it either does not look as desired, or the interaction will not work. Enough of that! Web Components open up new ways on the web to implement and (re-)use UI components in a standardized manner and without any framework.

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