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AmirOsman-9089 asked AntonBrckel-9328 commented

Using Visual Studio Community Edition for building large scale web apps

Hello everyone,
I'm building a large-scale, high-performance low-latency web app with ASP.NET Core Blazor but I'm wondering if I can achieve this using Visual Studio Community Edition, my only concern is whether Visual Studio Community Edition provides me with everything I need to develop my web app or not?

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AntonBrckel-9328 answered AntonBrckel-9328 commented

The main difference is programming in teams. If you are alone, you have all you need.

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This is great, I wasn't sure whether I should use ASP.NET or not but now I have an idea. Just a quick question, will you recommend using Blazor for large scale apps?

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It depends on what you want to do. First i would say you should have a look to MVC (Model-View-Controller). For large scale apps it is positive to have Model, View and Controller seperated. Then you should have a look to code first (code create database): https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/data/ef-mvc/?view=aspnetcore-6.0


...think that .net CORE is serverside, if you want to do something clientside you can use Blazor...but think to security everthing you do clientside. The nice thing for Blazor is that you have csharp instead of other languages, so have a look on it.


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rebin answered AmirOsman-9089 commented

Hello AmeirOsman-9089,

Visual Studio Community is free and great IDE to develop a large-scale applications it provides you everything to build apps but limited in some features follow the below link to find out Visual Studio Edition features.

https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vs/compare/


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Thanks for the help, I'm new to .net and C# so I just wanted to make sure everything is alright before I start the project.

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