Updates to the StronglyTypedId library - simplification, templating, and CodeFixes

2023-12-19

Several years ago I wrote a series about using strongly typed IDs to avoid a whole class of bugs in C# applications. As part of that series I introduced a NuGet package, StronglyTypedId, which simplifies generating the boilerplate code needed to make working with strongly typed IDs simpler. In this post, I start by describing the motivation for the StronglyTypedId package by giving a brief background on strongly typed IDs and primitive obsession...

Link [ https://andrewlock.net/updates-to-the-stronglytypedid-library/ ]

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Updates to the StronglyTypedId library - simplification, templating, and CodeFixes

2023-12-19

Several years ago I wrote a series about using strongly typed IDs to avoid a whole class of bugs in C# applications. As part of that series I introduced a NuGet package, StronglyTypedId, which simplifies generating the boilerplate code needed to make working with strongly typed IDs simpler. In this post, I start by describing the motivation for the StronglyTypedId package by giving a brief background on strongly typed IDs and primitive obsession...

Link [ https://andrewlock.net/updates-to-the-stronglytypedid-library/ ]

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