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Apr 8
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Performance comparison between LinkedList and ToArray Some weeks ago I created an article comparing the performance of ToList versus ToArray when creating short lived collections that won’t be mutated, usually used to prevent multiple enumerations when iterating over a temporary LINQ transformation or to ensure mapping exceptions will be thrown...

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Apr 4
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Performance comparison between ToList and ToArray Ever since Microsoft introduced Language Integrated Query to the .NET framework (also known as LINQ) developers have been using it extensively to work with collections. From a simple filter, to an aggregation, to a transformation, LINQ is the technology of choice to keep code...

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Apr 3
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Dapper and EF Core are popular .NET libraries for data access and management. Both have strengths and weaknesses, and the choice will depend on the project's specific requirements. In this article, we'll compare Dapper and EF Core in terms of their architecture, performance, and features. Architecture Dapper is a simple...

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Mar 11
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The Fetch vs Axios debate has been going on for years and recently it has come up again. I will talk about the disadvantages of using the Fetch API directly instead of using a network library like Axios. First of all, let’s point out the shortcomings of the Fetch...

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Feb 2
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With the release of C# 10 in November 2021 developers were introduced to a new concept called records, in this post I’ll outline some of the key differences between records and classes. For this comparison I’ll only consider the default/common approach for creating class’ and records’, since a record is...

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Sep 11, 2023
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In today’s rapidly evolving web development landscape, selecting the right framework is crucial for delivering efficient, scalable, and maintainable applications. React and Blazor are two leading frameworks that have gained significant attention in recent years. As developers and businesses weigh their options, understanding the differences between these two powerful...

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Jul 24, 2023
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889

We have been living in a distributed world for quite some time, and when considering how should you implement the communication between any two parties involved, the discussion seems to gravitate around two options: API or messaging. Instead of focusing on the lost battle of which one is better,...

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Apr 5, 2023
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Learn the key differences between abstract classes and interfaces in C# programming, and understand when to use each one effectively. In object-oriented programming, abstract classes and interfaces serve as blueprints for creating objects in C#. While they have some similarities, they each have unique features that make them suited for...

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Mar 18, 2023
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The core difference between GraphQL and REST APIs is that GraphQL is a specification, a query language, while REST is an architectural concept for network-based software. Note: This article is mostly server-side related. GraphQL is gaining momentum as a successor to REST APIs. However, it isn’t always a “replacement”,...

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Feb 18, 2023
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Good UX design happens when you don’t notice it during or after the experience. The main goal of good UX design is to take the user on a specific mission as quickly as possible, with the least effort possible. In good UX design, very rarely do users notice the...

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Nov 24, 2022
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Blazor and Razor have a healthy following in the web UI dev community, especially among developers who primarily work within .NET Core. However, the confusion between these two can be off-putting for some developers, especially beginners. This post discusses the similarities and differences between Blazor framework and Razor; both...

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Oct 24, 2022
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Singleton and Static classes can only have one instance available in memory, and both classes can be used to maintain the global state of an application, however, there are many differences between them. In this article, I explain what their differences are. Singleton Singleton is one of the creational...

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Mar 30, 2021
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Let’s start the battle TypeScript vs JavaScript with an introduction of both technologies. JavaScript is a scripting language, that was developed by EMCA’s Technical Committee and Brendan Eich. It works perfectly in web-browsers without the help of any web-server or a compiler. It allows you to change HTML and...

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Mar 4, 2021
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We have an upcoming project in my group that is going to need to be very, very performant. This project will involve us querying for data from a SQL database, transforming that data into strongly-typed objects, then returning those objects to the calling system through a service layer. Eventually,...

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