By Michael Washington on 6/23/2019 8:46 PM

image

Microsoft’s Blazor is a framework for building rich interactive applications

By Tom Capps on 6/17/2019 5:20 AM

Capps_PowerApps03_01PreviewPopUp

This is Part Three of my app for maintaining data on vehicles found in the video game GTA Online using Microsoft PowerApps…

By Tom Capps on 6/16/2019 5:17 AM

image

This is Part Two of my app for maintaining data on vehicles found in the video game GTA Online using Microsoft PowerApps

By Tom Capps on 6/9/2019 5:12 PM

image

PowerApps is a rapid-development platform for creating applications primarily for internal use by businesses, and is part of Microsoft’s Power Platform, which also includes Flow and Power BI. I have done some development as part of a team at my day-to-day job, but also wanted a personal project for additional practice. I realized I already had a plethora of data that I could use to create a demo app…

By Michael Washington on 5/18/2019 1:05 PM

image

In this article we will create a SQL Database Administration Module for Oqtane, the web application framework that runs in Microsoft Blazor

By Michael Washington on 5/8/2019 10:57 AM

image

In this article we will create a Database Driven module for Oqtane, the new web application framework that runs in Microsoft Blazor. There are two methods to create custom modules in Oqtane, inline, and as a separate Visual Studio project. This article will cover creating a module inline

By Michael Washington on 5/7/2019 7:27 AM

image

In this article we will create a Hello World module for Oqtane, the new web application framework that runs in Microsoft Blazor. There are two methods to create custom modules in Oqtane, inline, and as a separate Visual Studio project. This article will cover creating a module inline

By Michael Washington on 5/1/2019 7:06 AM

image

You can properly scale your Blazor application by connecting it to an Azure SignalR Service

By Michael Washington on 4/29/2019 4:28 PM

image

In this article we will compare the structure and the differences between the client side version of the Blazor Blazing Pizza example and the server side version…

By Michael Washington on 4/23/2019 8:13 PM

image

You can create a Microsoft Flow that will allow you to send an Email to an Office 365 Email account and that account will search for Help Desk Tickets in the popular open source Help Desk application ADefHelpDesk.com, and return an email to you with a listing of matching Help Desk Tickets

By Michael Washington on 4/6/2019 12:10 PM

image

You can create a Blazor server-side application that will allow any user with a GMail account to view their emails. This solution does not require that they set their GMail account to less secure access…

By Michael Washington on 3/24/2019 8:52 AM

image

You can log users into your server side Blazor (Razor Components) application using Google authentication

By Michael Washington on 2/24/2019 1:31 PM

image

SQL-MisterMagoo recently posted a GitHub Blazor and Razor Components example that demonstrates a compelling animation. In this post we will examine how he did it…

By Michael Washington on 1/13/2019 4:55 PM

image

In this example, we will authenticate a person using their Microsoft Azure account (either Personal or Work/School account). While most of the code will be in the Client part of the project, the client code is running server side so we can trust that the user was not able to alter the identity that is set for them at login…

By Michael Washington on 12/24/2018 6:34 PM

image

You can create an Azure function that will retrieve emails, every 5 minutes, from a Pop3 email account and create Help Desk Tickets. To demonstrate this, we will implement a solution that creates Help Desk Tickets in the popular open source Help Desk application ADefHelpDesk.com...

By Michael Washington on 12/20/2018 10:03 PM

image

Calling a REST based API from .Net Core is usually more complicated than many of the samples you may have seen. The reason is that each REST based API can implement its own unique security measures. In addition, passing complex parameters, and uploading files though a REST based API, can prove challenging…

By Michael Washington on 11/22/2018 3:08 PM

image

Radzen is an application builder that has been around for years. It allows developers to build Line Of Business applications much in the way Visual Studio LightSwitch does...

By Michael Washington on 11/12/2018 12:03 PM

image

The primary benefit we have when using server-side Blazor is that we do not have to make web http calls from the client code to the server code. This reduces the code we need to write and eliminates many security concerns…

By Michael Washington on 11/4/2018 5:37 PM

image

You can create popups in Razor Components without the need to write any JavaScript. However, when you do need to interact with JavaScript (for example to make a call in the web browser to pull in page content from another site), this article will demonstrate how it is done…

By Michael Washington on 11/4/2018 1:09 PM

image

When you create a non-server-side Blazor application you can use a method such as JWT Authentication with Dotnet Core 2.1 and Blazor app. However, server-side Blazor provides options for deeper integration between the ‘client side’ and ‘server side’ code because the ‘client side’ code is processed server-side. With server-side Blazor, we end up using less code, and things are a lot less complex because we can trust that the end-user was not able to alter or hack the ‘client side’ code…

Microsoft Visual Studio is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation / LightSwitch is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation