Hi, I'm Fizz! I'm a .NET and JavaScript enthusiast who also loves gaming. I always try to write elegant and efficient code and apply Software Engineering best practices.

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Blazor State Management With Fluxor

In Blazor development, managing app state demands a structured approach to ensure application robustness and responsiveness. Fluxor, a state management library tailored for Blazor, offers a streamlined solution.

Integrating Tailwind CSS with Blazor Server App

Integrating Tailwind CSS with a Blazor Server application can enhance its styling capabilities and streamline the development process. In this guide, we'll walk through the steps to integrate Tailwind CSS into a Blazor Server app.

Tailwind Class Based Theme Changer for Blazor Apps

Explore the implementation of a class-based theme changer for Blazor applications using Tailwind CSS. This approach allows us to seamlessly switch between light and dark themes while leveraging the power and simplicity of Tailwind CSS for styling.

Adding an NPM project to .NET Aspire (Preview 3)

In this post, I'll guide you through updating your Aspire application to the latest .NET Aspire Preview 3 and incorporating an NPM project, whether it's Angular, React, Vue, or in my case, Qwik. Ensure you have the most recent .NET SDK and Visual Studio 2022 Preview installed before proceeding.

Blazor Flash Cards - State Management with Fluxor

I'm a massive fan of the Redux pattern. One thing, though, it adds extra boilerplate code and may look overwhelming at first. But you get used to it and start to appreciate the power of it once your application grows to be a giant where state management becomes a nightmare.

Blazor Flash Cards - Hot Reload & MudBlazor

Bootstrap is all good and graceful, but let's go for different cuisine. MudBlazor is an open-source library that you want to look at if you are into Material Design. The community is welcoming, and they are pushing new updates every once in a while.

Input & Output Formatters For .NET

What formatters do is format your response and request in your preferred data formats. For example, JSON formatters; if used, would format your request and response body in JSON. Learn how to build a custom Yaml formatted in .NET