(K. Scott Allen) There is a special moment of time in the life of every ASP.NET Core process when the application has all the services registered and all the configuration sources in place, but has not yet started to listen for HTTP messages.
(Ben Nadel) I’ve been using git for about 7-years now. And you would think that using git for the better part of a decade might have made me a git expert.
(Peter Vogel) The reality is that you will need to have, at least, two different configurations: one for production and one for development. Here’s how to automate those conversions.
(Patryk Borowa) While Serverless is not exactly a new idea, it has certainly been gaining traction in recent months. In this article I will explain what Serverless Architecture is and what are it’s advantages and disadvantages. And most importantly – the use cases!
(Honey Sriwas) While many of us would have frequently heard this term “SSL Certificate”, but very few of us actually know what it is or how it works and since very few of us really know what an SSL Certificate is, it’s quite obvious that they might not be aware of its importance or criticality in th
(Tapas Pal) To present tabular data in our Web applications, developers generally use HTML tables or other UI libraries.
(Bipin Joshi) While working with ASP.NET Core MVC, usually you have known number of actions and views. At times you might come across a situation where you need to deal with actions unknown at development time. Let me briefly explain a situation I recently stumbled upon.
(Ben Nadel) Yesterday, I shared my feelings on tightly-coupled DOM (Document Object Model) access in an Angular 7.2.7 application; and, about how I’m going to stop bending over backwards in an attempt to fulfill some dogmatic separation of concerns when a payoff is never going to be realized.
(Peter Vogel) If you move beyond the basics of working with Razor Pages, there are at least two things you should know to support creating Pages that do more than one thing and integrate with existing code.
(Srinath M S) See an easy way to enumerate all the values.