The mentioned AsyncFixer extension and Nuget Package are super useful when dealing with async code. They both package a Roslyn analyzer that detects many async issues and provides an automatic fix for them as well in most cases. Using the .editorconfig in Visual Studio you can configure specific warnings as errors:
[*.cs] # AsyncFixer03: Fire-and-forget async-void methods or delegates dotnet_diagnostic.AsyncFixer03.severity = error
And you can set that straight from the Solution Explorer in case you’ve a
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To run component tests only for a certain browser and spec file use this command:
ng test --browsers=Chrome --include=**/detail.component.spec.ts
If you answered yes, most probably your first trial was to conduct a text-based search using the database query. However, it might work, but the database’s ability to provide relevancy is either non-existent or a bolted-on afterthought, and the relevancy ranking of results coming out of a database won’t be satisfactory.
Additionally, if we added the performance to the equation when you have large volumes of text data, RDBMS will be quite slow and provide poor user experience.