Get familiar with basic Blazor (Razor) Component Lifestyle Methods:
- OnInitialized, OnInitializedAsync
- OnParametersSet, OnParametersSetAsync
- event handlers, event callbacks
- OnAfterPreRender, OnAfterPreRenderAsync
Recording from HAVIT Educational windows from 25th September 2019.
Can you imagine a situation when this code compiles and runs?
public void Reset()
this = new Foo();
See the result: https://dotnetfiddle.net/JheuMu.
Recording from HAVIT Educational window from 20th June 2019.
Recording from HAVIT Educational windows from 16th May 2019. Lukáš Rada presented an introduction to TypeScript.
Recording from HAVIT Educational windows from 28th March 2019. Jiří Činčura presented the ref returns in C#.
My Confguration (20KH006MMC)
- Intel Core i7 8550U Kaby Lake Refresh (Intel UHD Graphics 620)
- 14″ LED 2560×1440 IPS HDR antireflex, 500 nits
- RAM 16GB LPDDR3
- 1TB SSD (M.2 PCIe NVMe)
- 4G LTE
My first impressions of 6th gen in comparison to 4th gen:
- The X1 Carbon 6gen looks great, the quality is almost perfect.
- It is a little bit smaller and super-light (1,2kg).
- The display is glossy. I usually prefer matte, but this one seems to be exceptional. It looks much more “bright”, although the red color is weird (over-saturated?).
- It has rubber/soft texture (for me already known from my former T440s – looks good but is difficult to maintain + the edges will probably get bare soon).
- The keyboard is softer and does not make any weird noises (MyX1-4gen produced rattling noises when typing). The typing seems to be more comfortable than the X1-4gen. The keyboard rattling was in fact the major deficiency I had with 4gen.
- It produces more heat. Noticeably less comfortable to have it on a lap.
- The 6gen battery gets exhausted pretty quickly. No improvement in comparison to 4gen.
- Wake-up from sleep is pretty quick. It is ready right as you open the lid.
- In Sleep mode it stays quite warm (= consumes battery).
Well, the last two items seems to be interconnected. The X1 6gen comes with so called “Standby (S0 Low Power Idle) Network Connected” power profile which keeps the notebook half-alive (able to download updates etc.). After switching the Sleep mode to S3 (switch sleep mode from “Windows 10” to “Linux” in BIOS) it is cold during Sleep. The wake-up is a little bit slower in S3 than in S0, but still pretty fast.