Sticky floating sidebar with pure CSS

In this short post I will show you how to make a floating but sticky elements on a side bar. The element is sticky to the bottom of the screen, but when content is scrolled then the upcoming header or footer element gets precedense and moves the sticky element around. See how it behaves on an animation.

By Mirek on (tags: css, flex, HTML, sidebar, sticky, categories: code, web)

New feature of .NET Core 2 – Razor Pages

If you are looking for another way of building web applications then Razor Pages are for you! Razor Pages are page based programming model for ASP.NET Core MVC and they makes page focused scenarios easier and more productive.

By Dawid on (tags: .NET Core 2.0, Pages, razor, categories: code)

Usage of response compression in ASP.NET Core 1.1

When you’ve limited network bandwidth or you are unable to use the Dynamic Compression module in IIS then ASP.NET Core 1.1 comes with rescue. ASP.NET Core team provides a middleware to handle response compression. All modern browsers support multiple compression schemes such as deflate and gzip. Using this feature in your web application can improve overall user experience. Pac…

By Dawid on (tags: compression, middleware, .NET Core 1.1, response, categories: code)

ASP.NET Core and IIS

What does it means to host you application in IIS? To help with that there is new module called ASP.NET Core Module.

 

By Dawid on (tags: ASP.NET, core, iis, categories: code)

ASP.NET Core hosting

Hosting is how you get you ASP.NET application up and running. And ASP.NET Core is just bunch of libraries host in you own process. It’s not provide a hosting – user have to take care of providing hosting process.

By Dawid on (tags: ASP.NET, core, hosting, categories: code)

Azure Functions

Some time ago Microsoft announced the Azure Functions. What it is exactly? So, Azure Functions are event driven functions which are executed on some occurrence of events but also can be used on-demand.

By Dawid on (tags: azure, c#, functions, categories: azure, code)

Secrets of project.json file

As you may already notice ASP.NET Core is using project.json files to controls almost all aspects of the project. It contains lot of section (which I will describe bellow) with full support of intellisense. That file is also synchronized with Solution Explorer – removing referenced from file will automatically update References node in Solution Explorer. Here is the list of pro…

By Dawid on (tags: ASP.NET, core, project.json, categories: code)

Entity Framework Core context in separate assembly

Most of example currently available on the internet shows how’s to start using ASP.NET Core and EF Core implemented in the same assembly. In the RC1 there was couple of tricks which we had to implement if we would like to have separate assembly with data model definition. In RC2 release it’s a little bit easier. Bellow I’ll show you how you can achieve that. This is our applica…

By Dawid on (tags: ASP.NET, context, core, ef core, categories: code)