Using Razor pages to manually handle google authentication without built-in asp.net core middleware. Then using the access token you obtain, uploading an image to a user's google drive with a publicly accessible URL.
TagHelper from another
TagHelper is not straightforward. This StackOverflow answer provides the basics for how to do it, but there's a ton of boilerplate.
For example, here's the answer to the original question:
var anchorTagHelper = new AnchorTagHelper
Action = "Home",
var anchorOutput = new TagHelperOutput("a", new TagHelperAttributeList(), (useCachedResult, encoder) => new HtmlString());
var anchorContext = n
This handles the scenario in which you want to specify dates that might not have the specific precision of a full date. Such as "May 2015" vs. "May 3, 2015".
After following all the instructions on GitHub around setting up ssh access, I was still failing to check out a repo.
While the documentation at the official Blazor is great, I wasn't able to build the solution without a few extra steps.
After using the helpful tips provided on this StackOverflow question on how to synchronize the scroll bars between an editor (such as for markdown) and a preview panel, I cleaned it up to make it more re-usable.
Just include this anywhere you define your scripts (I'd recommend a script declared in your head so you don't have to mess with