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    Resolved [RESOLVED] Rename ASP.NET Codebank Sub-forum

    Mods,

    I would like to suggest renaming the ASP.NET Codebank.

    From
    CodeBank - ASP / ASP.NET / MVC / Web API
    Find cool or practical code examples using ASP or ASP.NET.

    To
    CodeBank - ASP, ASP.NET and Blazor
    Find cool or practical code examples using ASP, ASP.NET,
    MVC, Web API, .NET Core and Blazor.

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    Re: Rename ASP.NET Codebank Sub-forum

    That's a good point because MVC is a design pattern used in ASP.NET.

    But I don't know why you'd want to remove MVC to add Blazor since Blazor is a feature of ASP.NET.
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    Re: Rename ASP.NET Codebank Sub-forum

    If it's to change, I would suggest to be renamed to php wannabe.
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    Re: Rename ASP.NET Codebank Sub-forum

    Let me now what you guys come up with.... Need at least two Moderators to agree with the majority.
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    Re: Rename ASP.NET Codebank Sub-forum

    I think it would be best to add Blazor on to the current list, as that way the existing parts (which I think are still valid) will be noticed by people who want to post questions on those topics.

    Possibly in this order, based on a semi-educated guess about popularity:
    CodeBank - ASP / ASP.NET / Blazor / MVC / Web API

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    Re: Rename ASP.NET Codebank Sub-forum

    Are we leaving out Razor? I do think Blazor needs a place, but the two seem entwined, to me.
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    Re: Rename ASP.NET Codebank Sub-forum

    It's kind of like the movie Dodgeball with Razor, Laser, and Blazer.
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    Re: Rename ASP.NET Codebank Sub-forum

    Quote Originally Posted by si_the_geek View Post
    I think it would be best to add Blazor on to the current list, as that way the existing parts (which I think are still valid) will be noticed by people who want to post questions on those topics.

    Possibly in this order, based on a semi-educated guess about popularity:
    CodeBank - ASP / ASP.NET / Blazor / MVC / Web API
    I went a head and made this change so you guys can see it in action... Note that we're almost running out of room. I'd rather not have to remove the spaces to be consistent.

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