Updating component registration
particularly legacy 16-bit editions which all run in a single memory space.
DLL Hell can manifest itself in many different ways in which applications do not launch or work correctly.
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View components are a good fit where you have some complex rendering logic, which does not belong in the UI, and is also not a good fit for an action endpoint - approximately equivalent to child actions from the previous version of ASP. In this post I will show how you can pass parameters to a view component when invoking it from your view, from a controller, or when used as a tag helper.
In the previous post I showed how to create a simple that shows you the email of the user and a log out link when a user is logged in, and register or login links when the user is anonymous: The view component itself was simple, but it separated out the logic of which template to display from the templates themselves.
You can find sample code for this approach on Git Hub.
Shared libraries allow common code to be bundled into a wrapper, the DLL, and used by any application software on the system without loading multiple copies into memory.
A simple example might be the GUI text editor, which is widely used by many programs.
DLLs have no in-built mechanism for backward compatibility, and even minor changes to the DLL render its internal structure so different from previous versions that attempting to use them will generally cause the application to crash.
Static libraries avoid this problem because the version that was used to build the application is included inside it, so even if a newer version exists elsewhere on the system this does not affect the application.
A key reason for the version incompatibility is the structure of the DLL file.