C# Intermediate Series – Preparation builds on the beginner’s series. However, a few areas of using the different IDEs need covering.
C# Beginners – Start CodingC# Beginners – Start Coding; this post will guide you through your first steps in creating a working C# program.
Introduction – C# Beginners – Using Rider C# Beginners – Using Rider: Rider is a full-fledged IDE from JetBrains. It is aimed at professional users. There is a student licence available for free. However, other users get a trial and then a paid subscription offer; there is no community version. Continue Reading
Introduction – C# Beginners – IDE Choice C# Beginners – IDE Choice; C# Does not have a built-in or default IDE. However, Microsoft Visual Studio is the defacto go-to for Windows users. Mac users also have the option to use Visual Studio, but it is limited compared to the Windows Continue Reading
Introduction – Linux ASP.Net5 Deployment With Identity Linux ASP.Net5 Deployment With Identity Authentication follows on from Linux – ASP-DotNet 2 Factor Authentication, which follows on from ASP-DotNet Web App On Linux with Authentication. This article discusses the move from development to production. The starting point for this guide is a Continue Reading
Up Date – Cause Found – Symbolic Links In the Path It is still unclear to me why Rider doesn’t always handle symbolic links in the path well however it is clear it does not. I have had an open case with Jet-brains Support for some time, and they spotted Continue Reading
Linux – ASP-DotNet 2 Factor Authentication follows from an ASP-DotNet Web App On Linux with Authentication. This guide demonstrates the stages required to enable two-factor authentication in an ASP project under Linux using TOTP authenticator apps. The original instructions for this process are available from Microsoft. However, they did not Continue Reading
Introduction – ASP-DotNet Web App On Linux ASP-DotNet Web App On Linux is part of my series on using .NetCore 3 and .Net 5 under Linux with JetBrains Rider. However, this particular guide should work under all operating systems and with all IDE’s. Using Visual Studio on Windows, the default Continue Reading
Introduction to Rider Vs Visual Studio – Creating Projects Rider Vs Visual Studio – Creating Projects is the first instalment of a series about developing in C# on Linux as well as Windows. The vast majority of the information about Rider also applies to Rider on Windows. However, where there Continue Reading
Introduction – C# Development on Linux as well as Windows C# development on Linux as well as windows is one of my personal aims this year. I am studying towards a Meng in Computer Science at the University Of Hull. The degree program is very Windows and Visual Studio centric. Continue Reading