Hi, I'm Mukesh Murugan
I am a software engineer, blogger, open-source contributor working on Microsoft Technologies in Trivandrum, India.
The idea is to help developers with clean and in-depth articles/tutorials along with fully functional source code that is available as Github Repositories. With every article, you will be seeing a linked Github Repository, fully tested.
I also have a couple of Open-Source Projects available over at Github. Endorse me on LinkedIn if you like my content.
Version 2.0.0 Released
Blazor Hero -
Clean Architecture Template
Blazor Hero – Clean Architecture Template for Blazor Web Assembly 5.0 built with MudBlazor Components. Read the Quick Start Guide now! I also have a video that covers Blazor Hero in-depth.
Open Source Blazor Component Library for Blazor Web Assembly and Server Applications Built with TailwindCSS.
In this Guide, we will be building a full-fledged Chat Application With Blazor WebAssembly using Identity and SignalR from scratch. When I got started with building a Chat Component for BlazorHero, I was not able to find many resources online
In this article, we will learn about getting started with Blazor Hero – A Clean Architecture Template built for Blazor WebAssembly using MudBlazor Components. This project will make your Blazor Learning Process much easier than you anticipate. Blazor Hero is
In this article, we will be Integrating Tailwind CSS With Blazor Applications. This is a guide exclusively for the .NET devs like me who are not much into CSS, yet want to build clean-looking UIs. We will get started with
Previously, we discussed implementing CRUD Operations in Blazor without any component library. In this article, we will demonstrate implementing Blazor CRUD using Mudblazor Component Library with a more polished way to achieve the CRUD functionalities. Mudblazor is without any doubt
Setting up Permissions to access your resources is always a crucial part of your application’s security. In this article, we will implement Permission-Based Authorization in ASP.NET Core that builds upon the concept of Claim-Based Authorization in ASP.NET Core. As usual,
In this article, we will go through Audit Trail Implementation in ASP.NET Core (.NET 5) using Entity Framework Core. So what’s this Audit Trail about? Well, it’s a handy technique to track changes that are done by your logged-in users.
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I write mostly on ASP.NET Core and various best practices and trending libraries. I make sure that I generate some in-depth practical guides for you to grasp the concepts in a better way. GitHub Repository links for each article/guide are also attached at the bottom of every post so that you guys can get along with the articles. Happy Coding!
Clean Architecture Solution Template for ASP.NET Core 5.0. Built with Onion/Hexagonal Architecture and incorporates the most essential Packages. Includes both WebApi and Web(MVC) Projects.
Featured Nuget Packages
Here are a few of the NuGet packages that help me ease the work while building new ASP.NET Core Solutions.