Blog posts tagged with: Telerik
CourtingCatastrophe.com: a new service to help lawyers and others report problems at criminal justice venues
I follow various barristers, solicitors and police accounts on Twitter and have been aware for some time that the criminal justice system in the UK has been subjected to underfunding for many years. At times, I'm told that working conditions are unsanitary or even unsafe. I have set up a ...
by Patrick Lee on 07 Oct 2020 in categories actuarial tech with tags Blazor Telerik ASP.NET Core Azure AzureFunctions AzureQueues SQLAzure Azure Data Factory React WPF cashflow projection LUIS natural language processing NoSQL crime
This shows an embedded slideshow from my Smugmug site of my work on various software projects.
For those with a developer/techie interest, I have recently updated this site to use ASP.NET Core 3.1. ButterCMS is used as a headless CMS engine, and I have added Telerik Kendo UI for ASP.NET Core controls which I aim to use for some more data based future posts. An Azure ...
For those who are not comfortable with downloading and manipulating Excel files, I have written a web version of version 2.1 of D avid Wilkie's model (the slightly earlier version than the 2.2 version published yesterday) for #Covid19. Click here to use the web model. It is not as flexible ...
Further to my previous post which used the Preview version of Telerik's UI (user interface components) for Blazor, earlier today they released the first live version of it: see their blog post . I look forward to using this soon.
Below is a slideshow of some of my software work. To see each individual picture in more detail, go to https://patrickjlee.smugmug.com/Software-engineering-portfolio/ .
I had wanted to use Blazor for this site, but because of problems getting Bootstrap 4 formatting to work I reverted to ASP.NET Core 2.2.
An experiment setting up a Blazor website with Telerik UI components, a ButterCMS blog and Disqus comments
Successful experiments setting up a Blazor website with Telerik UI Grid and Tab Strip components, also integrated with a blog via ButterCMS and comments via Disqus. Some problems not yet resolved (e.g. bootstrap 4 styling not working properly, need to investigate). But Blazor looks very promising!