In the past few days, I couldn’t publish posts in our Flutter tutorial series because I was busy with an ASP .NET Core project. Anyway, let’s continue learning Flutter. In this post, we’ll learn how to use image asset in Flutter applications.
Dependency injection is a technique by which the dependencies of an object is provided by another object. ASP.NET Core was designed from scratch to support Dependency Injection.
Developing an application can be divided into several stages including Development, Staging, and Production. In ASP .NET Core, you can manage the behavior of the application in these stages with the help of an Environment variable.
ASP .NET Core application must be configured to serve static files to the clients. By default, static files are saved in the web root (wwwroot) directory.
Exception handling is the mechanism by which errors in the application is captured and handled. It is one of the most important features of a programming language. In this post, we’ll learn about exception handling in ASP .NET core.
Middleware is a software component which is executed on every request and response in ASP .NET Core application. You can add more than one Middleware.
structure of an ASP .NET Core application
In this post, we’ll discuss how to create a new ASP .NET core project.
In the previous post about Flutter, we learned how to arrange the widgets as rows and columns. Sometimes, you might have noticed that the context of the text widget is not completely displayed if it has a long text. This post demonstrates how to use the Expanded widget to display such long texts.
So far, we’ve learned how to create a simple Flutter application and apply basic styles to the widgets. In this article, we’ll learn how to arrange the widgets as rows and columns on the screen.