A time ago I wrote a post about enabling support for SqlServer Temporal tables in EF Core. Then it was EF Core 2.1. Let’s see what has changed during that time and what we can do today with EF Core 5 in terms of Temporal table support.
Recently I stumbled upon a problem that a CSS file was not minified on production in my ASP.NET MVC 5 web application. Moreover the error saying “Minification failed. Returning unminified contents.” was added to the CSS content. It turned out that it’s an old, known issue and in this post I will show you how I fixed it.
The Windows Presentation Foundation DataGrid control offers a huge possibilities regarding displaying tabular data. However one functionality I was always missing in data grid was the possibility to fire a command when user clicks a row.
Although SQL Server Temporal Tables feature is not natively supported in Entity Framework Core, there is a way you can still use it together with EF Core. Read on to see how we can, quite nicely, integrate it with the Entity Framework.
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.