It teaches you about Razor Pages, making AJAX requests, working with CSV files, GeoIP, working with 3rd Party APIs, the Tailwind CSS library and much more.
My goal was to write something a bit different from the normal CRUD tutorials you see. Something that teaches a whole different set of skills.
If this sounds interesting please check it out. It is completely FREE and there are no strings attached.
The reason I have kept quiet about it is that I have not had a chance to do a final end-to-end proofread, so there are bound to be a few mistakes. But I don’t want to sit on this any longer, so if you find mistakes please let me know by opening an issue in the GH repo for the book (link inside the book).
With that, on to this week’s edition. Hope you enjoy the blog posts.
At some time in most of our careers, we will be faced with moving a legacy project over to a newer technology stack. When you get to that point, be sure to look at this five-step process from Matthew Jones on how to approach it.
This week I bring you two videos of the prolific Brad Traversy from his Traversy Media YouTube channel. He puts out a lot of good content, so it is a great channel to subscribe to.