Use Case Driven Development with Low-Code

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  • MudBlazor

    Blazor Component Library based on Material design with an emphasis on ease of use. Mainly written in C# with Javascript kept to a bare minimum it empowers .NET developers to easily debug it if needed.

    The Blazor Server application uses the open source component MudBlazor, which I recommend to C# oriented developers. To keep the application simple, all data is stored in JSON files.

  • Roslyn

    The Roslyn .NET compiler provides C# and Visual Basic languages with rich code analysis APIs.

    At runtime, the Case C# expressions are embedded into a function and dynamically compiled into an assembly using the Roslyn C# compiler. Then the function that contains the expression is called (e.g. CaseAvailableFunction.Availablle()). At runtime, the function provides various methods to access stored case values as well as the current input data.

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  • DocFX

    Static site generator for .NET API documentation.

    Tools like DocFx provide the ability to display the programmable functions in HTML pages. They are used with the following commands in the docfx folder:

  • UseCaseDrivenDevelopment

    Use Case Driven Development with Low-Code

    👉 The source code is available in the GitHub repository Giannoudis/UseCaseDrivenDevelopment.

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