by iammukeshm, 2020-07-27T13:59:23.161Z
Let's build something that will help a lot of developers and communities to save hours of development time
Lean more about this Open Source Project!
Features Included (as of v1 Preview) -
- Onion Architecture
- CQRS with MediatR Library
- Entity Framework Core - Code First
- Repository Pattern - Generic
- MediatR Pipeline Validation
- Swagger UI
- Response Wrapper
- In-Memory Database
- Microsoft Identity with JWT Authentication
- Role based Authorization
- Custom Exception Handling Middlewares
- API Versioning
- Fluent Validation
- SMTP / Mailkit.
by spetzu, 2020-07-28T19:47:15.650Z
Sixth demo lesson of our new video course! We discuss the dynamic credentials' generation for infrastructural parts like databases using Vault, which allows more sophisticated and granular approach when it comes to enhancing the overall security in distributed systems.
by bill-s, 2020-07-28T17:52:49.978Z
Freely available programming books
by [email protected], 2020-07-31T14:38:33.249Z
Hi All! Welcome back to part 6 of our Blazor 2d Gamedev series. Today we'll see how we can start detecting user interaction and mouse input.
by bill-s, 2020-07-28T17:50:16.000Z
If you’ve ever taken part in an AI challenge or contest over the years, you’ve probably had to work out a path finding algorithm along the way. I remember many moons ago, as part of the Google AI Challenge (ended a few years ago which is a real shame), I actually swapped my solution to use Java just so I could use an A* search algorithm that I found on the internet. C# can be a bit weird in that for business applications, you can find a million examples on how to talk to Sharepoint, but when it comes to AI, Machine Learning, or even just data structures and algorithms in general, it can be a bit bare. So I thought I would quickly whip up a post on a dead simple implementation of the A* path finding algorithm in C#.
by miguelbernard, 2020-07-29T03:08:36.603Z
Azure Storage Account is one of the foundation services of Azure. Pretty much all other services use it under the cover in a way or another. This service is simple, works great, and has crazy SLA and redundancy capabilities. However, it doesn't provide a point in time restore. Meaning that if you corrupt or delete some data, there's no way to recover it. There are some solutions that you can find over the internet, but unfortunately, none of them is a silver bullet. Let's explore and compare some of them.
by iammukeshm, 2020-07-31T10:57:28.993Z
We will build a prototype application that can demonstrate various usages of this plugin. The Variants that we will cover are Simple Static Select, AJAX Select, AJAX Multi Select, Custom HTML in Select2.
What is Select2?
Getting Started with Select2 jQuery plugin in ASP.NET Core
Scaffolding Customer Entity
Building a Search API Endpoint
Importing Select2 jQuery plugin via Libman
Simple Select with Static Values
Select using AJAX Call to API
Advanced Select with Custom HTML
by dnwuBkFzB5iuz, 2020-07-30T03:53:18.776Z
A simple but effective approach for handling concurrency in an ASP.NET Core Web API endpoint, where the resource is persisted in a SQL Server database.
by [email protected], 2020-07-29T01:29:11.773Z
Hi All! Today we’re going to see how to dynamically set the blob name and write to it in an Azure Function. This is probably my first Azure article ever, and probably the first one of a long list 🙂