A Gentle Introduction to Blazor – Triangle .NET User Group

On February 10th I had the chance to talk about Getting Started with Blazor in the Triangle .NET User Group.

A Gentle Introduction to Blazor w/ Jose Javier Columbie

Wednesday, Feb 10, 2021, 6:00 PM

Online event

58 Members Went

-TITLE– A Gentle Introduction to Blazor –Summary– What’s behind the hype about Blazor? Is Javascript dead? Another Silverlight? If you are a .Net developer you will love Blazor: the new framework to build web/desktop and even mobile apps with C#. In this talk we will cover Blazor hosting models, Javascript Interop, Components, and a lot more. –…

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Creating a Custom Template – XAF with Win, Web and Blazor

The new XAF Blazor UI has all the community going crazy and doing all sort of cool projects. If you have read the XAF Blazor FAQ you know that:

“The wizard does not currently support the capability to add Blazor UI projects to existing XAF applications. To re-use your existing business model, platform-independent controllers and Application Model settings, attach your platform-independent modules to a new Blazor application (Add a Module in Code). Modules should be converted to .NET Standard 2.0. See the following article: How to port an XAF platform-agnostic module to .NET Standard 2.0+.”

There has been a lot of interest in this topic so we decided to create a quick video about having your XAF Win, Web and Blazor in the same solution.

You can see the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5xvMPm0LJI&t=

Now, let’s create a custom template that contains all platform XAF offer us.

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BIING20 – Talk about Technical Debt

Last Friday on November 20th I had the chance to talk about Technical Debt in the IV Bienal internacional de Ingenieria de Sistemas event of the Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia . We discussed what is Technical Debt, several indicators of Technical Debt and ways to minimize them in your software projects. I personally had a great time interacting and providing real world examples to the students of the System engineering program. Thanks to the University of Colombia for the opportunity and everyone keep tuned for a future workshop together.

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