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Sunday, December 27, 2020

Blazor Event Handling - onclick, onmousemove, onchange

1. onclick event

        Component View
<button @onclick="@Button_Click">@ButtonText</button>
<div class="text-left @CssClass"><img src="@Photo" /></div>
        Component Class
protected string ButtonText { get; set; } = "Hide";
protected string CssClass { get; set; } = null;
protected void Button_Click()
    if (ButtonText == "Hide")
ButtonText = "Show";
CssClass = "HideImage";
CssClass = null;
ButtonText = "Hide";
        CSS Class

Monday, December 21, 2020

Call REST API from ASP.NET Core Blazor

Blazor component can call REST API directly, but create a separate service that calls the REST API.

Solution Structure

1. Customer.API project using Repository Pattern
2. Customer.Models project to share between API and Blazor AppServer
3. Cusotmer.Server Blazoe AppServer project.

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

MicroSoft Blazor


Today's web development, use both server-side (C#, Java,...) and client-side (JavaScript frameworks like Angular, React,..) technologies. 

Use C# both for server & client side development, that's Blazor. Blazor lets you build interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript.

Blazor can run client-side C# code (or any type of code) directly in the browser, using WebAssembly. It runs in the same security sandbox as JavaScript frameworks like Angular, React, etc. 

WebAssembly is based on open web standards without using plug-ins or code transpilation. It works in all modern browsers including mobile browsers.  

There are 2 Blazor hosting models: Blazor WebAssembly (the client-side) and Blazor Server (the server) .

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Kubernetes Deployment Update Strategy

Kubernetes creates a second ReplicaSet, where it deploys the new pods and removes the old one from the original ReplicaSet

2 Types of Update Strategies in Kubernetes.  

Recreate: Removes the previous version and loads the new, good for development(interrupting the service). 

RollingUpdate (default): it updates to a new version gradually based on configured parameters.

The parameters are: 

maxUnavailable: The number/percentage of pods that can be unavailable during the update. 

maxSurge: The number/percentage of pods that can exceed the replicas requested. 

minReadySeconds: The number(only) of seconds to wait before the next pod’s creation. 

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Kubernetes ReplicaSet selector with matchExpressions

ReplicaSet is a tool to manage the pod replicas and update strategies, and it is more flexible than the replication controller. 

It provides set-based labels selection support instead of the equality-based labels (ReplicationController). 

With equality-based (a replication controller) labels support, you can match labels only with an "is equal" or "is not equal" assertion. 

Match a group of pods that has a label zone with the value prod or test, but not both of them

With a set-based labels selection, you can express more powerful assertions, like in, not in, or exists. 

Match all the pods with the prod label in prod and test, using the matchExpressions property of the selector 

apiVersion: apps/v1
kind: Deployment
  name: myapp-deployment_replicatset
   replicas: 3  
       app: myapp
       - {key: zone, operator: In, values: [prod, test]} 
         app: myapp           
         zone: prod           
         version: v1        
         - name: myapp-frontendmvc              
           image: makader/myapp:frontendmvc-v1              
             - containerPort: 80

Deploy ASP.NET CORE application with the Kubernetes Deployments

Update the application with a rolling update strategy that releases new pods more gradually, one pod at a time. 

Roll back the application to a specific version of the deploy history using the deployment. 

Run the command without --restart=Never (Deploy ASP.NET Core Application images in Kubernetes (K8s) & POD). Command to create a simple deployment 

 kubectl run frontendmvcv1 --image=makader/myapp:frontendmvc-v1 --port 80 

kubectl get deployment frontendmvcv1

Sunday, August 23, 2020

ASP.NET Core SignalR Chart Hub Application using Chartist.js
Real time Chart Application Use Cases
  • Real-time KPI (key performance indicator) dashboard of sales figures, 
  • Stock market price ticker 
  • Shared calendar scheduler
  • Notification dashboard (like doctor in/out for a hospital ward)

ASP.NET Core SignalR Application

Create a new ASP.NET Core (3.1 or later ) Web Application (whatsupchat) with HTTPS

Add the JavaScript SignalR Client Library.

ASP.NET Core Main Method

 namespace whatsupchat
    public class Program
        public static void Main(string[] args)

        public static IHostBuilder CreateHostBuilder(string[] args) =>
                .ConfigureWebHostDefaults(webBuilder =>

The Main method is the entry point (where execution will start) when the application starts running. 

The Main method is used to create a host builder, specifically a default builder. 

A builder, knows how to create a web host. 

The default builder also sets up some of the default services behind the scenes, to configure application using the Startup class (webBuilder.UseStartup<Startup>()). 

Build() the builder, gives us a web host instance that knows how to listen for connections and process/receive HTTP messages. Finally, the web host to Run(). 

Once we call Run(), everything that happens in the application is determined by the code that is contained in the Startup class. 

ASP.NET Core now knows that it’s going to instantiate the Startup class and invoke two methods. 

The first method is ConfigureServices, will allow us to add our own custom services in ASP.NET Core. This will then inject those services into pages, controllers, and wherever else we might need them. 

The second is the Configure method, will determine what middleware it will execute for every incoming HTTP message.  

The request pipeline comprises of a series of middleware components. Each middleware component performs some operation on the HttpContext, and then invokes the next middleware in the pipeline or terminates the request. 

Can create custom middleware components. 

Visual Studio Code

Install the latest version of C# for Visual Studio Code from the marketplace or via the Extensions tab. 

With Visual Studio Code open, press Ctrl+Shift+X and search for C#, install  C# for Visual Studio Code by Microsoft.

Install  .NET Core 3.0 SDK or later