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10 new Razor Tutorials for Emojis and RazorBlade

Use Emoticons in your Razor, and leverage RazorBlade to simplify real-life tasks.

What's inside version 9.42.2

  1. C# basics incl. variables and for-each loops
  2. Razor output to showing the variables as plain text or raw-html.
  3. New: using Emojis/Emoticons in your code
  4. Razor helpers
  5. Working with URL parameters
  6. Shared code - functions, helpers, templates - for re-use across templates
  7. Working with content (data which is assigned to an instance of a module)
  8. Working with data from the current App
  9. Working with data from Queries in the App
  10. Working with SQL data
  11. Working with CSV data
  12. List/Details (Parent/Child) tutorials in various settings with single or multiple Razor-Templates
  13. Working with Koi to ensure that Bootstrap4 is always included
  14. New: Working with RazorBlade to simplify real-world tasks
  15. Working with LINQ (Language Integrated Query) to get really cool stuff done really well. This has a special focus on querying dynamic variables (as we usually have in Razor)

Lots more will come. Up next will be automatic image resizing and working with multi-language data. 

Online Browse Mode

To use the tutorial online (or just to copy a snippet) visit the Razor Tutorial in our new DNN-Tutorials section. 

Play around with the Code

We created the tutorial as a DNN App, so you can also install it on your DNN and play around with the code. You can find the latest Razor Tutorial in the App Catalog.

Have fun!
iJungleboy


Daniel Mettler grew up in the jungles of Indonesia and is founder and CEO of 2sic internet solutions in Switzerland and Liechtenstein, an 20-head web specialist with over 800 DNN projects since 1999. He is also chief architect of 2sxc (see github), an open source module for creating attractive content and DNN Apps.

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