Having been lucky enough to pair program with quite a few senior and experienced developers throughout my relatively short programming career the thing that always sticks out to me is how efficient they are moving around their IDE and writing code.
I have been working for a while on improving my typing speed and learning shortcuts and tools to improve my efficiency when coding. I still have a lot to learn, but I recently found one method that helped me with a particularly tedious bit of programming involving an OpenAPI specification.
In 2018, Microsoft created a new experimental .NET web framework that runs on the browser called Blazor. It allows .NET developers to build an interactive web UI with C#. With the release of .NET 5.0 in late 2020 came the official production ready release of Blazor WebAssembly.
Blazor WebAssembly compiles all the required code (.NET libraries and your application) and executes in the user’s browser. …