Daniel Jimenez Garcia is a passionate software developer with 10+ years of experience. He started as a Microsoft developer and learned to love C# in general and ASP.NET MVC in particular. In the latter half of his career he worked on a broader set of technologies and platforms while these days he is particularly interested in .Net Core and Node.js. He is always looking for better practices and can be seen answering questions on Stack Overflow.

Daniel Jimenez Garcia has written 20 articles, which have been read 698341 times.
Abstract: Blazor leverages a number of technologies in smart ways in order to provide a SPA framework that can run .NET code in the browser. In this tutorial, we will explore what is Blazor and the new possibilities it brings for Developers.
Abstract: Vuex provides an alternate state management approach to your Vue.js applications that makes it very interesting on large apps. This tutorial takes a deeper look at Vuex concepts
Abstract: Learn to write tests using the awesome vue-test-utils together with mocha-webpack. Also see how the vue-cli facilitates writing unit tests from the very beginning.
Abstract: End-to-end (E2E) tests are the ones that present the biggest challenge. Not only are they closely dependent on the UI (which makes them very brittle), they also involve the largest number of moving parts. In this article, we will now take a look at E2E (end to end) testing of an ASP.NET Core application.
Abstract: Brief introduction to Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core, a comparison from ASP.NET MVC 5, followed by a look at the built-in dependency injection support in ASP.NET Core and using 3rd party containers like Autofac and StructureMap.
Abstract: A deeper look at Integration Tests in the context of ASP.NET Core applications, dealing with factors like the Database, Authentication or Anti-Forgery.
Abstract: Unit Tests are a powerful tool available to any developer. In this series of articles, we we will see how to add unit tests to a simple example ASP.NET Core project. We will go through an automated testing strategy involving unit tests, integration tests, end–to-end tests and load tests.
Abstract: ASP.NET Core 2.0 was released in August 2017. This article looks at the most important new features of ASP.NET Core 2.0 and improvements over its previous versions.
Abstract: This article explores the official Microsoft template for ASP.NET Core that uses Vue as its client-side framework and gets you started on using modern tooling and libraries like Webpack, Babel or hot-reload.
Abstract: Get a nice debugging experience of your Single Page applications (SPA) in Visual Studio Code for both client and backend code.
Abstract: How Model Binding in ASP.NET Core MVC works, how does it compare against the previous versions of the framework and how you can customize it with your custom binders
Abstract: In this article, we will attach a 3rd party Code Quality tool called NDepend to our existing DockNetFiddle ASP.Net Core project and experiment with some of its key features.
Abstract: We will discuss Code Quality in the .Net ecosystem, with a brief look at tools included in Visual Studio and other third-party commercial tools.
Abstract: Use the Elastic Search API in an ASP.NET Core and Docker project and combining it with applications like Kibana for data analysis, reporting and visualization.
Abstract: ASP.Net Core contains an Antiforgery package that can be used to secure your application against CSRF. This article will demonstrate how to use Antiforgery in your ASP.NET Core applications.
Abstract: This article explores Docker, and how ASP.NET Core applications can be run inside Docker containers by building your own version of dotNetFiddle.
Abstract: Microsoft announced ASP.NET Core 1.1 in November 26th 2016. This article explores the interesting new features, as well as improvements and fixes that was made to an already exciting framework.
Abstract: This article demonstrates how to keep ASP.NET front-end code clean, maintainable and reusable. This article builds a simple blogging site as an example.
Abstract: Explore the globalization and localization features provided by the ASP.Net Core framework, including defining allowed cultures, content localization and the culture selection per request
Abstract: ASP.Net Core has a new request pipeline. We will build a Vanity URL application to demonstrate this request pipeline, as well as other new features of ASP.NET Core.





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