Using ILSpy for obtaining code from DLL

If you are.Net developer, then you will be obviously aware of DLLs. DLL stands for Dynamic Link Library. This file format used for holding multiple codes and procedures for Windows programs. If you are the C# developer then entire namespace will be store into DLL file. You can not read code written in DLL files,… | Click here to read more.

Using Entity Framework Core 2.0 (EFC2)

About EFC2 The Entity Framework is a set of technologies that support the development of data-oriented applications to work with relational data. It is is an ORM. The Entity Framework provides services like tracking, identity resolution, lazy loading, and query translation so that developers can focus on their application-specific business logic rather than the data… | Click here to read more.

Using Razor View Engine in ASP.Net web Applications

The view engine is responsible for creating HTML from your views. Views are usually some kind of mix-up of HTML and a programming language. The choice of view engine is important, because the feature sets of view engines are quite different. The Razor syntax is based on the C# programming language, and that’s the language… | Click here to read more.

Send Mail in ASP.Net by using SmtpClient and MailMessage

If you want to send mails via your Gmail/outlook account from your ASP.Net web application, we can use SmtpClient and MailMessage. Step-1 Create instance of MailMessage. Which contains details about mail that you want to send. It includes From, To, CC, BCC, Subject, Attachment, and Mail Body. Step-2 Create instance of SmtpClient. In which we… | Click here to read more.

Create Restful APIs by using ASP.Net Web API 2

ASP.NET Web API is a framework for building HTTP services that can be accessed from any client including browsers and mobile devices. It is an ideal platform for building RESTful applications on the .NET Framework. However it can also use to create non RESTful services. It works more or less the same way as ASP.NET… | Click here to read more.