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Rick Strahl

Rick Strahl's Web Log provides a variety of .NET development topics with focus on ASP.NET and enterprise development. Topics are wide ranging from introductory articles to tips and tricks, observations in the process of software development and examination of new and upcoming technologies. Content is honest and sometimes outspoken and doesn't tote any particular party line - Rick says it as he sees it.


Rick Strahl's Web Log | 18 May 2019 19:54

Live Reloading Server And Client Side ASP.NET Core AppsSubscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....Client side in-browser hot reloading is one of the most compelling features of client side development. If you're using any client side framework like Angular, Vue or React they all come with integrated CLIs that provide instant live reloading of..."
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Rick Strahl's Web Log | 15 May 2019 16:53

Accessing RouteData in an ASP.NET Core Controller ConstructorSubscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....Routing in ASP.NET Core 2.2 and below is closely tied to the ASP.NET Core MVC implementation. This means that if you're trying to access RouteData outside of the context of a Controller, the RouteData on HttpContext.GetRouteData() is going to be -..."
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Rick Strahl's Web Log | 30 Apr 2019 20:43

.NET Core 3.0 SDK Projects: Controlling Output Folders and ContentSubscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....In my last post I talked about porting my Markdown Monster WPF application to .NET Core 3.0 and one of the problems I ran into was how to deal with properly handling compilation of Addins. In Markdown Monster Addins compile into a non-standard..."
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Rick Strahl's Web Log | 24 Apr 2019 18:29

First Steps in porting Markdown Monster WPF App to .NET Core 3.0Subscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....I spent a good part of the day today getting Markdown Monster to run on .NET Core 3.0 and in this post I packaged up my notes into a lengthy post with how went through this process. It wasn't exactly quick to make this happen but MM has a few..."
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Rick Strahl's Web Log | 20 Apr 2019 16:45

Adventures in .NET Core SDK Installation: Missing SDKs and 32 bit vs 64 bitSubscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....Ran into a problem yesterday with a new installation of the .NET Core 3.0 Preview 4 installation. Installed the new preview and found that all of my .NET Core 2.x SDKs were no longer showing. A lot of back and forth later I found that I accidentally..."
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Rick Strahl's Web Log | 08 Apr 2019 17:26

Using the ng-BootStrap TypeAhead Control with Dynamic DataSubscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....I recently swapped my Auto complete logic in an application to use ng-bootstrap's nice and relatively easy to use TypeAhead control and I ran into a small snag trying to figure out how to bind dynamic data retrieved from the server. The examples..."
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Rick Strahl's Web Log | 08 Apr 2019 06:59

Creating a custom HttpInterceptor to handle 'withCredentials' in Angular 6+Subscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....Client HTTP requests often need to set a few common settings and you don't want to set them on every request. To make this process easier Angular provides an HttpInterceptor class that you can subclass and add custom behavior to for each HTTP..."
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Rick Strahl's Web Log | 16 Mar 2019 17:00

ASP.NET Core In Process Hosting on IIS with ASP.NET Core 2.2Subscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....In version 2.2 ASP.NET Core adds support for direct in-process hosting which improves throughput considerably using an easy mechanism that allows switching between in-process and out-of-process hosting. In this post I describe how to use in process..."
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Rick Strahl's Web Log | 19 Feb 2019 10:03

Using .NET Standard with Full Framework .NETSubscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....Using .NET Standard on full .NET Framework is a mixed bag because the behavior of .NET Standard differs depending on which version of the Runtime you are integrating with. In this post I review what .NET Standard is and how it fits in with the full..."
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Rick Strahl's Web Log | 15 Feb 2019 07:54

WPF Hanging in Infinite Rendering LoopSubscribe to this feed

Rick Strahl writes "....Ran into a nasty WPF bug this week with Markdown Monster that caused MM to hang during startup in certain scenarios. Several users reported issues that I could not duplicate until I started playing around with my screen resolution and scaling. An..."
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Rick Strahl

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Maui, Hawaii, USA