Tag - ASP.NET

Enhance Your ASP.NET MVC Website with Gutenberg Block Editor

For developers looking to create an engaging and dynamic online presence, ASP.NET MVC has shown to be a reliable platform. However, adding the Gutenberg Block Editor to your ASP.NET MVC website can be the ideal way to advance your web development abilities and deliver your consumers a remarkable content creation...

Task vs. Thread in .NET: Choosing the Right Concurrency Model

Software development requires concurrency in order to take full advantage of the capabilities of current hardware, including multi-core CPUs. Tasks and Threads are the two main methods used in the .NET framework to manage concurrency. To assist you in selecting the best concurrency model for your .NET application, we'll go...

Getting Started with Blazor: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners

Microsoft's cutting-edge Blazor web framework has revolutionized the online development industry. Its ability to create web apps using C# and .NET has made it a well-liked option for developers. You've come to the correct place if you're keen to learn about Blazor and are new to it. We'll walk you...

ASP.NET MVC Controller vs. Web API: Understanding the Key Differences

ASP.NET developers often face a common dilemma when building web applications: which should be employed; ASP.NET MVC controllers or Web API handling their application’s logic and serving of data. This blog post will examine distinct features of ASP.NET MVC Controllers vs. Web API; also, some C# code case studies. ASP.NET MVC Controller: The...

Understanding the Bubble Sort Algorithm

Computer science, programming and sorting is an essential operation. This is the practice of placing items or data into an organized fashion usually based on increasing or decreasing values so that information can be easily navigated through and worked with. Different sorting algorithms can be taken up, each providing one benefit or...

Boost Your Web App’s Speed: Performance Optimization Techniques

Today you cannot make it without a quick web application as digital attention span has never been shorter than now. Slow loading websites can chase away users resulting in bad bounce rates, poor conversion rates and very poor user experience. As such, web application performance optimization is now an essential competence for...

Clean Code in C#: A Guide to Writing Elegant .NET Applications

In the field of software development, each developer should work to grasp the fundamental ability of writing code that is clear and simple to maintain. This is crucial for programming in C# and .NET, where well organized code may significantly improve program quality and long-term management. The ideas and best...

ASP.NET Core vs. ASP.NET Framework: Which is Better for Your Project?

Making a pivotal choice that could profoundly affect the triumph of your web development venture entails selecting the appropriate technological foundation. Within the domain of constructing web applications utilizing C#, two widely-recognized choices emerge: ASP.NET Core and ASP.NET Framework. Each option boasts its own distinctive advantages and drawbacks. In our...

Mastering Selenium WebDriver in C#: Selecting Elements Without Knowing the ID

Selenium WebDriver is a robust tool for automating web applications, but dealing with web elements lacking stable or known IDs can be a real challenge. In this blog post, we will explore various techniques in C# to master this challenge and select elements effectively using Selenium WebDriver.

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Improving Code Readability and Performance: Avoiding ‘+’ for String Concatenation in C#

Concatenating strings is a common job in C# and is a core component of string manipulation. The + operator has often been used by programmers to concatenate strings. Although this approach is effective, it can produce less understandable code and have a detrimental effect on performance, especially when working with...