Category: .NET 6
Set Default Dotnet SDK Version
Sometimes when developing applications, we need to “lockdown” the SDK version and not use the latest version installed on the machine.
Add .NET Package to The .csproj Project File
Adding a NuGet package to your .NET project is a great way to get access to functionality that you might not otherwise have.
How to Edit ASP.NET Core .csproj File
The .csproj file is one of the most critical files in any ASP.NET project. This file contains all of Visual Studio’s information to build your project.
Create a Simple Database App With ASP.NET Core
In this post, we will create an ASP.NET Core application that connects to a database and uses CRUD (create, read, update, delete) to manage database records. CURD Using CRUD (create, read, update, delete) in ASP.NET Core allows us to create applications that connect to a database and manage records. Entity Framework (EF) Core To connect […]
Install Entity Framework Core Packages Using PowerShell
This blog post will show you how to install Entity Framework Core packages using PowerShell.
How to Enable Developer Mode on Windows 11 Using PowerShell
In this blog post, we will show you how to enable Developer Mode on Windows 11 using PowerShell.
C# Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps: Everything You Need to Know
.NET and C# are two of the most popular programming languages in the world and with good reason.
How to Use Global Using Statements in C#
In C#, you can use the global using statement to make sure that a particular namespace is always loaded.
How to Use Dotnet Watch: Tips and Tricks for Streamlining Development
When you are developing .NET applications, there are times when you need to compile your code on the fly.
How to Use CSS With ASP.NET 6 Application
ASP.NET 6 provides great support for CSS, which allows you to style your web pages in a much more efficient way.