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Redis as Backplane to scale your Blazor applications

Redis as Backplane to scale your Blazor applications

In a previous article, we saw that it is possible to use technology such as Redis in its most common use, that is, as a database or cache and as a messaging system, by taking advantage of its publish/subscribe mechanism. This feature, combined with its versatility,...
Blazor vs Angular: which to choose? Part one

Blazor vs Angular: which to choose? Part one

One of the questions about Blazor I’m asked most often is why it should be chosen as the front-end framework instead of more established solutions like Angular. The answer is straightforward: there are no generic reasons for adopting one framework rather than another,...
Angular Testing you don’t scare me

Angular Testing you don’t scare me

The first time I opened a test file, which we usually find after creating a new project using Angular CLI, I felt a bit lost. As I was much more familiar with test frameworks such as XUnit or NUnit, I tried to match the parts of a test file in NUnit and those present...
Welcome .NET 5

Welcome .NET 5

For about three months I joined the Blexin team and I was lucky enough to participate in a project in the startup phase. The Customer asks us to rewrite a WPF application created to work offline using data synchronization mechanisms with a Web version and then access...