When you have to show hundreds or thousands of records on your web page then you should apply pagination. This is because your users must not see all the records on the same page (which looks bad), instead, they move from one page to another page, and only see the records of the selected page.
Pagination brings cleanliness in your web page. It is an important technique which you should never miss to use. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to create pagination in Records in ASP.NET Core.
Before we get started, if you want to learn more about worker threads and why you might want to use them, I would recommend reading Node.js multithreading: What are Worker Threads and why do they matter? by Alberto Gimeno. Alberto has done a fantastic job explaining the purpose of the worker_threadmodule, provided some solid examples of where it makes sense to use it, as well as demonstrated some alternate ways to build a multi-threaded Node app.
You can read all about it here, but the gist is the first person is whispered a message. That person then whispers the same message (to the best of their recollection) to another person. The process continues until the last person receives the message. At that point, the last person announces the message for all to hear. The fun part of this game is to hear how much the story changes as the message is passed from person to person.
As I’m wrapping up one of my projects (a React Native WordPress app), I realized that many React Native developers will face the task of integrating WordPress’s REST API with React Native, so I decided to publish my findings. Hopefully, this will help out developers who are making their React Native apps using WordPress as a backend. To be clear, I don’t recommend using WordPress as a backend for your mobile apps, but it comes in handy if you already have a blog or a WooCommerce store running on WordPress.
As you already know, WordPress comes with a REST API out of the box. If you dont believe me, just check out this link, which returns a paginated JSON response with all posts of my blog. I swear I only installed WordPress and did not do anything else. Try out the exact same URL, but for your blog, and youll see your own posts.
ASP.NET Core supports response compression. From popular algorithms, gzip and Brotli are supported. Those who like can also implement their own response compression providers. This blog post shows how response compression works in ASP.NET Core.
With ASP.NET Core we have three options for compression:
[A Zone Leader asks, how is your application handling alternate flows systemmatically, providing three real-life examples he has recently encountered.]
When we think about the idea of customer service, probably the first thing that comes to mind is a group which supports some aspect of a business or service. By simply getting in touch with them, you can work through issues that were not expected as a result of your interaction.
The Goal of This Article
This is a not so technical comparison (you can find more specific tech comparisons elsewhere). I just wanted to outline how it feels to develop web applications in Node.js when you are a Java developer by trade. So please remember, this article is full of personal opinions.
#To load the js files in your header:
#To load the js files in your footer:
In a past tutorial, youll remember that I had demonstrated how to use Angular with HERE, but this time around were going to shake things up a bit. Were going to use Angular with HERE data, but were going to display and interact with it using Leaflet.
ASP.NET Core uses a built-in dependency injection mechanism provided by Microsoft. This blog post introduces how to use the same mechanism in .NET Core console applications. For those who like other DI/IoC frameworks, this article provides a demo about how to use Autofac with .NET Core framework-level dependency injection.
Framework-Level Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core
I don’t describe here details of dependency injection in ASP.NET Core. Those who want to find out more about it can skim through these writings:
React doesn’t support the use of a for()loop in its render method. If you need to render a list of components based on data, one approach is to build a varrepresenting the list of components in a helper function as described here.
Another approach is to use .map()to build an array of components from an array of values, like this:
For traditional client games, the background server architecture is normally complicated, and in-depth network communication is required between servers. If unicast communication is used, a server needs to know the changes made to other servers at any time, lowering the elasticity of the entire architecture. To achieve flexible development and reduce host computing resources, many client game servers still use UDP broadcast communication.
In the current classic network and VPC network environments of Alibaba Cloud, L2 multicast and broadcast are not supported because the underlying switches are L3 switches. To meet the customers’ multicast and broadcast requirements, you can use the unicast mode to simulate the multicast mode. The basic implementation principle is as follows:
UX Designer Christie Lenneville has a bone to pick with all you designers out there who think that panoramic swaths of white are unequivocally where its at when it comes to usability. Sure, white space has become the de facto design aesthetic in consumer apps, she explains in a piece for Mediums UX Collective, and can greatly improve the usability of a simple interface but what about complex interfaces? As far as Lenneville is concerned, this simply will not do when it comes to the software business users rely on to get their jobs done every day.
But fret not, shes here to help guide you through your next design challenge with her 8 best tips for even the most data intensive enterprise software applications. Here are a few of our favorites:
Maybe you already heard or read about the fact that Microsoft brought WinForms and WPF to .NET Core 3.0. Maybe you already saw the presentations on the Connect conference, or any other conference or recording when Scott Hanselman shows how to run a pretty old WPF application on .NET Core. I saw a demo where he ran BabySmash on .NET Core.
BTW: My oldest son really loved that BabySmash when he was a baby.
Want to deploy WordPress 5.0 on the Now platform by ZEIT? Our friends over at ZEITs Now global serverless deployment platform whipped up a great tutorial for WordPress5-on-Now using cheap MySQL hosting instances from ScaleGrid. With such strong interest in this installation, we decided to write up the steps to configure your MySQL database on the ScaleGrid side to get you up and running ever faster with WordPress on Now.
So, why do you need MySQL hosting with ZEIT Now for WordPress? Now focuses on being the best platform for serverless hosting, but you need to find a way to store your data permanently. Thats where ScaleGrid comes in. You can set up fully managed MySQL on Azure for as little as $8/month for management-only, or $18/month with hosting included on dedicated servers.
Hello guys, if you are thinking of learning TypeScriptand looking for some awesome resources like books, courses, and tutorials then you have come to the right place. In my last article, I have shared some of the best Angular framework tutorials and courses and today, I am going to share some of the best TypeScript online course you can join to learn it by yourself.
Many programmers and web developers are learning TypeScript because of its powerful syntax and advanced OOP features and, more importantly, to develop Angular-based application.
Imperative and Declarative Styles
JET keeps evolving and in the latest version, its toolkit provides improved support for form cross-field validation. It is much easier to implement validation than it was before. I will show it in this example.