In the first part of the article I’ve shown how UWP can be great for creating desktop applications running on Windows 10. This might not be an option for you as you still need to support Windows 7 – or you have existing WPF applications that cannot be migrated that easily to UWP. In the second part of this article series I’m adding information how WPF applications can be enhanced with features from Windows 10. This time with the Desktop Bridge. Continue reading Desktop Applications with XAML. Part 2: Desktop Bridge
With the article series I try to explain what the options are – and how you can decide to chose your best way going forward creating desktop applications with XAML and C#. Continue reading Desktop Applications with XAML. Part 1: UWP
I had some great days at BASTA! in Mainz, Germany – with three presentations. Thank you for attending my presentations! I hope to see you next year again! My presentations and source code is now available for download!
* C# – What’s next?
* Reference semantics with C# and .NET Core
* Desktop Bridge – One way to build modern apps with WPF Continue reading Presentations and Source Code for BASTA! in Mainz, 2018
With my blog I’ve several articles about dependency injection using Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection. Now I’ve updated the source code of my older … Continue reading Dependency Injection code samples updated
One of the new EF Core 2.1 features is seeding of data. Contrary to the older version of Entity Framework, … Continue reading Data Seeding with EF Core
Entity Framework Core (EF Core) was designed to not being a framework for only relational databases. It just takes some time to get the first non-relational providers. Now is the time.
Microsoft now has the first preview for an EF Core provider for Cosmos DB. With this I have to do my first experiments using Cosmos DB from EF Core. Continue reading First experiments using EF Core with Azure Cosmos DB
The DI container Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection disposes registered services automatically. It’s just the question when the dispose takes place. Automatic dispose of transient and scoped services happen at the end of a scope. With ASP.NET Core applications, scopes are created with every HTTP request – after the request, services are disposed. This article shows creating and using DI scopes with XAML-based applications. Continue reading Disposing Injected Services (or: Using Dependency Injection Scopes)