I'm looking for an article or sample project that secures a web site, both API and client using .net core 3 and razor pages. The example should NOT be using EntityFramework.
Almost every article/sample I have found is either using EF or is based on core 2.2, I have a folder full of samples where I have downloaded the code, checked the packages and abandoned the project because EF is in there.
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One of the biggest enhancements is support for Windows desktop applications (Windows only). By using the .NET Core 3.0 SDK component Windows Desktop, you can port your Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications.
It is an ASP.NeT core razor pages solution. I have three projects in my solution "OdeToFood"
1. OdeToFood (Original Project)
2. OdeToFood.Data (.Net Core Class Library)
3. OdeToFood.Core (.Net Core Class Library)
In OdeToFood.Core, when I use the following using directive in a class in OdeToFood.Core:
it works perfect.
Similarly, when I use the following in a class file in OdeToFood.Data
it works perfect.
But if I go to the startup.cs file in the "OdeToFood" Project and use
It gives an error: The Type or namespace 'Core' does not exist in the namespace "OdeToFood." (Are you missing an assembly reference?)
I know html, css some fundamentals of js and C#, and I have decided to delve into the world of asp.net. I have learnt that there are two options to begin with, razor pages and mvc. But Razor pages seem to have very little future at present.
Which is better, Razor pages or MVC to begin with? I am only 19 and I want to devote my life to coding
I am very new to ASP.net and C#, so I am trying my best, but there are stille many things that confuse me, especially because when I am looking at various examples online they give me different answers to the same solution, which just makes it even more confusing.
I made a person class, with two subclasses (driver and admin), but I can not get the ArrayList to show up when I run my Index file. I only get a parse error.
Here I get the error: "An object reference is required for the non-static field, method, or property."
If I remember correctly, a solution to this would be to make a static ArrayList, but I am not sure how I can do it for this code.
Hi again and thanks once again.
I did do ask you said. The reason why I tried playing around with the ListBox line is because I am getting an CS0103 error: "The name ListBoxResults does not exist in the current context", which I don't get, because I looked in my index file.
I have migrated asp.net 2.0 VS 2005 application to VS 2015 (framework 4.5).
Site loading fine. But when i click on the menus available in the page, actually it is not adding localhost in the redirection url.
My Home Page : http://localhost:1087/CGP/Home/Home.aspx. This page is loading fine.
In this page I have side menus and each menu "Profile" will have hyperlink like : CGP/Emp/Profile.aspx
But when I click on the menu "Profile" it is redirecting to http://CGP/Home/Home.aspx.
The term localhost is missing. I am not sure how to handle this.
I've been developing in ASP.Net for over 12 years and, though it was a bit of a learning curve to start, feel the webforms environment is, for most purposes, pretty good. When MVC came on the scene (first via 3rd parties such as Castle's, then through MS's own offering) everyone pretty much jumped ship declaring it the best thing since sliced bread. As I had a commitment to supporting a number of webforms applications, I didn't initially have any need to switch; and subsequently haven't found any compelling reason to do so. I've looked (briefly, admittedly) at MVC but felt it was a steep learning curve and didn't seem to offer any advantages, and have some actual disadvantages, to what I was used to.
I answered a question in Q+A today where I mentioned Webforms, and the need to decide whether to go webforms or MVC, and a subsequent comment was "I will not recommend webforms".
So I'm curious: what is it about MVC that makes it so much better than webforms? Is it simply that it's flavour of the month and commercial requirements for webforms developers has crashed? (plug: I have a requirement for a webforms maintenance developer ... message me for more details)
Is it that MVC is a lot "better", or do people feel webforms is actively "bad"?
My applications, using webforms, successfully separate business functionality from presentation issues (and indeed database/storage access from business objects). They implement multi-level inheritance, use custom controls to implement standard functionality, incorporate AJAX-based interactive features (not using Microsoft AJAX controls); and have proven to be flexible and extensible. Not yet found anything I can't do with Webforms.
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