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Localizing an ASP.Net Core web application with one resource file (per language) is not as easy as I have thought. So here I am sharing a straight forward and easy way to do just that in less than 5 minutes.
In an effort to keep this document relevant to the core subject matter, I will not be going into any detail on Entity Framework, Web API, or Angular. They already have amazing documentation, and I highly encourage you to read up on anything you're not familiar with if this doesn't make sense to you.
In this post, we’ll continue from the last two posts by introducing theSpan<T> type and refactor some existing code by converting it to a Span-based version. We’ll use Benchmark.NET to compare the methods and validate whether our changes have improved the code.
In this post, I will describe how to port a desktop application from .NET Framework to .NET Core. I picked a WinForms application as an example. Steps for WPF application are similar and I’ll describe what needs to be done different for WPF as we go. I will also show how you can keep using the WinForms designer in Visual Studio even though it is under development and is not yet available for .NET Core projects.
In this post I will compare .NET Core 3.0 Windows Forms (Winforms) and WPF APIs with .NET Framework 4.x.