XAF good-looking UI Samples
Visual State Transitions
XAF Windows Transcript Control
DevExpress posted a nice article about how to use their Dashboard Controls for Blazor WebAssembly apps back in February.
Here is the Article:
Following the above post let’s do the same for Blazor Server Side Apps.
Last Thursday on September 17th I was invited to talk about Creating and Reusing Blazor Components on one of the Blazor en Español meetup events.
We discussed about components creation, reusability, packaging, redistribution, templates, cascading values, attribute splatting, components lifecycle, databinding, events and of course the future of Blazor. I personally had a blast talking about technology and sharing my experience with the community and I am looking forward to a second talk about dynamic components 🙊🙊.
I have been thinking about this a lot lately. I recently was on my daily commute and as always I use that time to get up to speed on the new episodes of all the podcasts I subscribe to. Anyways I was listening to HANSELMINUTES and a specially interesting episode:
I would highly recommend it but what really struck me was this idea of sharing our learning process. Nobody is an expert on day one and the path to master a specific topic as we all know it, can be a roller-coaster and you are guarantee to fail, but failing fast and in the open can accelerate your recovery and better yet, motivate or encourage others to communicate their own discoveries and save you from taking a route they already proved it wrong.
Let’s comeback to this in a second.
Date and Time: August 13th 2020 10:00 am (GMT -7) Arizona Time
XAF Blazor Url Shortener deployed to Azure and using Azure functions under the hood.
Short Urls are saved to Azure Storage (really cheap) so no worry about an expiration date. I will leave them there for at least 180 days before doing any automatic clean up.