Building dynamic LINQ queries using Expression Trees and Func

Filtering an item from a list of items is easy but if the item to filter is not known at compile time then filtering a list will be little complicated.

Creating custom tag helpers in ASP.NET Core

In this post, we’ll see how to create a custom tag helper in ASP.NET Core project.

Custom tag helpers can be created by implementing TagHelper class. The Tag helper class has two methods that can be overridden.

Shortest word in a string with LINQ

In this post, we’ll try to find the shortest word in a string using LINQ.

Tag Helpers in ASP.NET Core

In this post, we’ll see how to use the tag helpers inside razor files in ASP.NET Core application.

Get only specific types from List in C#

This is a post to get the specific type of items from a mixed list of items. I have tried couple of solutions for the problem but it looks like there’s more elegant solution than my solution.

Streaming in ASP.NET Core SignalR

In this post, we’ll see how to stream the data in ASP.NET Core SignalR. With ASP.NET Core 2.1 released, SignalR now supports streaming content.

LibMan - Microsoft Library Manager for client side libraries

Back in the days if we want to download jQuery library for a POC of a project we used to download the required js and CSS files from jquery site and then locating your folder to place your libraries within. Although, this job is being now replaced with package management systems you’ll need to install a package management system to do it for us. LibMan does it elegantly without any package manager.

Getting started with ASP.NET Core 2.1

This post is just an introductory post on the ASP.NET Core application. In this post, we’ll create an ASP.NET Core application and we’ll examine the folders and code.

If you miss my previous post on ASP.NET Core and Benefits. Take a look.

ASP.NET Core and Benefits

ASP.NET Core is the new web framework for the Microsoft technologies. We’ll see the benefits of using the framework.

How c# compiler looks at switch case statements

Every developer writes a switch case statement at least once in their life of programming but as he/she understands the switch is no longer maintainable they tend to look for patterns and do refactoring.

In this post, we’ll see what’s actually inside of a switch case statement.

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