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How to create a shared library in .NET Core?

In a simple application sharing library is a fundamental requirement. The shared library is used so that developers can reuse packages as a library in a project and we can also upload a project to so that other users can download and install these projects into their project using the library. Table of Content 1. Why shared code across projects or assemblies? 2. Share Library through .Net Standard or concept of PCL 3. Multi-targeting Framework 4....

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Class Library in .NET Core

A class library defines the types and methods which are referred to by an application. If your class library targets .NET Standard 3.1, it can be called by any .NET implementation (including .NET Framework) that supports .NET Standard 3.1. If your class library targets .NET 5, it can be invoked by any application that targets .NET 5. Table of Content 1. Prerequisites 2. Create a Solution 3. Create a Class Library Project 4. Add a Console App to the Solution 5....

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Introduction to gRPC in .NET Core

Table of Content 1. Creating a gRPC service 2. Defining the Contract 3. Service implementation 4. Creating a gRPC client 5. Conclusion gRPC is an open-source remote process call system developed at Google in 2015.The supporting programming languages like C++, Java (+ Android), Objective-C (iOS), Python, Ruby, Go, C#, NodeJS and others.It uses HTTP / 2 to transfer binary messages and through a default protocol buffer as an interface definition language...

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Using LINQ in MVC .NET Core

LINQ stands for Language Integrated Query. Language Integrated Query is one structured query that is used to retrieve data from the database and other different sources and formats. LINQ tutorials will assist you to find out the LINQ language using topics that go from basic to advanced. These tutorials are weakened into a series of related topics, in order that you begin from a subject that has got to be understood first, then gradually learn other features of LINQ sequentially....

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