Rusty  Bernier

Rusty Bernier

1597321578

Razor Pages vs MVC - Which one is better for your project?

In this article, I will discuss Razor Pages vs MVC on how to choose in ASP.NET Core web applications. You will also see which type of web application is well suited for your project or requirement by looking at benefits and code comparison.

#.net core #.net core razor pages vs mvc #mvc vs razor pages #razor pages vs mvc #razor pages vs mvc how to choose

Paresh Sagar

1581940975

What Is A Single-Page Application?

Single page web apps are an ideal choice when thinking about future web development. This architecture is a perfect choice for social networks stuff, SaaS platforms, or some close communities where SEO doesn’t matter.

#what is a single page application #single page application #single page application development

Alisha  Larkin

Alisha Larkin

1617793500

Gmail Login Page Html Code

Gmail is without a doubt one of the tops and greatest email service suppliers on the planet. Almost every internet users of the world use Gmail for their email services. So, in the following example, I will demonstrate the Gmail sign-in page HTML code and how to create a Gmail login page in Html.

The following example can help you to build a clone Gmail login in HTML . Find the source code below:-

Conclusion

I hope you liked this article about how to create a Gmail style login form in Html. I would like to have feedback from my blog readers. Your valuable feedback, question, or comments about this article are always welcome.

#html #gmail login page html #gmail login page in html #gmail sign in page html code #css

Julie  Donnelly

Julie Donnelly

1603045080

Infinite Scrolling With Android Paging Library and Flow API

Recently I was interviewed for and android software development position, and i was asked to live code a simple app that demonstrates fetching a list of items from a network resource, and display their information in an endless list.

I was given an API that supports paging and off I went coding away.

There was just one problem.

I had never implemented this behaviour before, therefore, I was able to code an app that fetches results from the API, but I failed to implement the endless scrolling feature in the allowed time frame.

So, this means I now have a great topic for a blogpost!.

What is endless scrolling?

You know when you scroll through Facebook or Instagram, and it seems as though the list of posts is so big you might never get to the end of it? Well, that’s because it’s true.

But loading huge amounts of data and feeding it to our recycler view would definitely be a problem.

It would clog the apps memory, or local storage, and will no doubt be detrimental for performance.

How can we make it better?

We can load a chunk of the data, then, when we have finished scrolling through it, we can load another chunk, right? Sounds good.

We would have to manage this though, make sure we don’t keep useless data, but also keep loaded data for reverse scrolling, we would also need to manage all those API calls and cancel them if needed, apply multithreading logic and keep the aliens from reaching the kill switch on Alpha centaury…

Well, apart from that last thing about the aliens, there is a simple solution to manage all those issues

#pagination #paging #kotlin #paging-library #android