Welcome to update seven. As you can see from below I managed to get a lot more work done this week. That is why this post is a day late. I usually spend Sunday night writing it, but I was enjoying the ASP.Net series mentioned below too much to put it down.
After completing the Weather app I mentioned some weeks ago. I came across this blog post on a good search function and thought it would be wise to give it a read. Next I completed this two tutorials from AppDividend on how to convert strings to numbers and working with forEach loops. I then worked through these challenges from Dev.to. If you are looking for a quick test of your knowledge I would recommend working through it.
For C# this week, I worked through two videos from Tim Corey. The first video I watched was about using Dynamic over Var and vice versa. I had never heard of the Dynamic type before, so I learned a lot from the video and learnt that even though something may sound like a better option at first, it isn’t always as black and white as that. The final video I watched was on the .Net standard, which described what it was, why it’s used and what to take into account when decided to use that or the .Net framework.
I didn’t have any problems that stopped me from completing the project as you can see. Though I did have to refresh my memory with how some of the code was written, to help jog my memory. Overall I really enjoyed working on the project and definitely feel more comfortable with using React. My plan for next week is to create a simple calculator and I am really looking forward to taking on the task.
When it came ASP.Net work this week, I continued on with the Wiki project from Jeff Fritz that I started last week. This week I managed to get through two of his live stream’s. The first video focused on cleaning up some of the pages from last week, then focused on updating the routing of the pages.
The second video worked on updating Bootstrap to version 4, adding in Font-awesome and adding in a Latest Changes page. I am really enjoying the project and Jeff’s delivery of the content. He doesn’t fully explain everything he is doing, but as he shows you everything step by step, I have had no issues in keeping up with the project. If you have some done some ASP.Net tutorials before but are looking for a longer/larger project I would suggest you give this a look and don’t feel put off.