Blazor and ASP.NET Core

This Blazor and ASP.NET Core tutorial series will help you develop modern web applications using C#.

Drag Drop File Upload Blazor

This tutorial will highlight a useful Nuget package for enabling file uploads in your Blazor project. In particular, you will learn how to create a beautiful user experience with drag and drop file uploads that respond to ondragenter and ondragleave events. Getting Started To get started, launch Visual Studio and create a new server-side Blazor … Read more

Stripe Customer Credit Card Payment with Blazor

In the previous tutorial, you learned how to link a Stripe Connect account with a local user store in a Blazor application. If, instead, you need a way to collect payment information from your customers, this tutorial will help you understand the Stripe customer flow. Source Code Source code for this project, and for others … Read more

Stripe Connect Express and Blazor

In this tutorial, you will learn how to integrate Stripe Connect Express accounts with your server-side Blazor application. Source Code Source code for this project, and for others in the Blazor and Stripe series, are available on Github. What is Stripe Connect Stripe Connect allows you to develop marketplace and platform applications that can accept … Read more

Stripe.NET Create Stripe Webhooks Receiver

In this tutorial, you will create an ASP.NET controller that will act as a listener for Stripe webhooks. This controller can respond to events related to your Stripe customers or connected accounts. Source Code Source code for this project, and for others in the Blazor and Stripe series, are available on Github. Getting Started If … Read more

ASP.NET Inject Service into Controller

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use C# dependency injection to inject a service into a controller. This is useful if you need to call an action from within a separate controller. Register Service Class First, register your service class with the ServiceCollection interface. Open Startup.cs of your project and locate the ConfigureServices … Read more

OData Actions in .NET Core

In the previous tutorial, you learned how to create a function in an OData API. Such a function could accept multiple parameters and return relevant data corresponding to those parameters. An OData action, on the other hand, is better suited for modifying a database entity. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create and … Read more

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