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What is MediatR? Why do we need it? And How to use it? Mediator Pattern - The mediator pattern ensures that objects do not interact directly instead of through a mediator. It reduces coupling between objects which makes it easy to maintain the code. Mediator pattern unified the service interfaces around a common design, one request in, one response out. MediatR is a simple, unambitious mediator implementation in .NET. Let’s now dive deeper...

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What Is Caching? Caching is a performance optimization strategy and design consideration. Caching can significantly improve app performance by making infrequently changing (or expensive to retrieve) data more readily available. Why Caching? To eliminate the need to send requests towards the API in many cases and also to send full responses in other cases. Some Caching Benefits? Reduction in network round trips by making infrequently changing (or expensive to retrieve) data...

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Today, developers are paying more attention to mapping libraries than ever before, because modern architecture forces them to map object to object across layers. For example, in the past I prepared a repository for clean architecture in github. So it’s a template for visual studio, you can see it and get more information about modern architecture layers. However, based on what I know most developers do the mapping by writing many...

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Sometimes it’s the little things that count. When .NET 6 dropped this November, a few top-line items grabbed all the attention. I’m talking about C# 10, hot reload, Blazor’s AOT compilation, and some serious inner loop performance improvements. All of them are worthy enhancements. But if you look beyond the marquee items, you’ll see that .NET 6 also includes a number of small but smart refinements. These are the conveniences that...

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Dispose and Finalize are two methods you often use to release resources occupied by your .NET and .NET Core applications running in the context of the CLR. Most importantly, if you have unmanaged resources in your application, you should release the resources occupied by such resources explicitly. Due to the non-deterministic nature of finalization and because finalizers are costly in terms of performance, the Dispose method is used much more frequently...

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