Using Xamarin Forms is a quick win according to Kevin Bost, Xamarin certified senior developer at IntelliTect and C# instructor at Eastern Washington University.
Xamarin is Microsoft’s platform for building mobile applications. Using a shared C# codebase, developers can build android and IOS apps at the same time using the Xamarin.Forms library. It isn’t a common UI; it’s shared […] Read more
Can’t satisfy your thirst for C# knowledge?
Hang around Mark Michaelis long enough and you’ll get up to speed in no time!
Mark has been traveling within the US, and as far as Scandinavia, spreading the C# love. You might have seen him at Visual Studio LIVE! events in Chicago or San Diego or at .Net User Group meetups in […] Read more
Use Vue CLI 3 with all the functionality of ASP.NET Core.
In this tutorial, we will use the .NET WebAPI template to generate an API back-end and Vue CLI 3 to create the front-end and get them to work together.
Here is a link to my working version on GitHub https://github.com/ykravtsov/vue_app.
.Net Core 2.1 SDK
Visual Studio […] Read more
Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) is now Azure DevOps!
Azure DevOps is a set of separate but integrated hosted services for work planning, source control, build and release, testing, and artifact management that meets you wherever you do your development as well as wherever you deploy. Azure DevOps continues to be available on-premise as Team Foundation Server (TFS) and will […] Read more
Ever try to write expressions for all the numbers from 1 to 100 using only the digits in the current year?
In 2017, I wrote a code to write these expressions for any year provided. Click here for the Github link. Try it for yourself. Click here to see how many expressions can […] Read more
Viewing method return values in the Locals/Autos windows in Visual Studio
Visual Studio is packed with tons of great debugging tools. There are so many tools that it’s often hard to keep track of them all. Simply knowing about a tool can make a significant improvement to your productivity. In this post, we’ll look at how you can examine […] Read more
Have you ever needed to complete a sample project during an interview process?
Some tech companies ask potential applicants to complete a tic tac toe game project to assess their coding abilities. The applicants are asked what they intend to create and how long they expect the project to take. As an interviewer, I wanted to assess how well […] Read more
External code audit? Need a list of TFS file changes during a specific time frame?
Consider using a PowerShell script.
While history in TFS can provide a list, it does it by changeset, not by file. To see it by file, only one file can be seen at a time. PowerShell script can get the change history of a […] Read more
Material Design In XAML (MDIX) is a beautiful theme library that brings Google’s Material Design to your Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) applications. In this tutorial, we look at how easy it is to get started with one of its most powerful controls, the DialogHost. It provides a simple way to display a dialog with information or prompt the […] Read more