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Apr 14
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I recently migrated this blog from WordPress to a custom Nuxt site. I moved from WordPress to have more control over the blog and not have to rely on plugins to do everything. It’s worked out really well but there is one plugin I do miss: Smush ☹️ Performance is...

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Apr 1
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Fluent validation is a third party library for validating your models in .NET. It is totally free. Why fluent validation? If you already have used data annotation for validation, then you must be aware of validation in .NET. So you might be thinking why do we need fluent validation. Fluent...

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3 weeks ago
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These interview questions range from basic to advanced .Net Core, and will assist you in preparing for interviews, revising quickly, and strengthening your technical skills. According to the Stackoverflow Survey 2020,.NET and.NET Core are the second and third most popular frameworks and libraries, respectively. It is frequently the first programming...

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Mar 28
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gRPC is a powerful framework for working with Remote Procedure Calls. RPCs allow you to write code as though it will be run on a local computer, even though it may be executed on another computer. One of the key advantages of gRPC is its use of HTTP/2, which...

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Mar 8
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Feature flags, also known as feature toggles or feature flags, are a powerful technique used in software development to enable or disable specific features or code paths in your application without modifying the code itself. This allows you to release new features gradually, test them with a subset of users,...

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Feb 15
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Kestrel Web Server in ASP.NET Core Application In this article, I will discuss the Kestrel Web Server in ASP.NET Core application with examples. Please read our previous article discussing the ASP.NET Core InProcess Hosting Model with examples. At the end of our previous article, we discussed that with the OutOfProcess...

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Jan 29
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Performance tricks & best practices, beginner friendly Hey there! Today, I’m sharing some straightforward ways to speed up your .NET Core apps. No fancy words, just simple stuff that works. Let’s dive in! • • • 1. Asynchronous programming Asynchronous programming in .NET Core is a powerful way to enhance...

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Jan 25
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A deep dive into Ahead-of-Time (AOT) compilation for optimized performance What is it? Traditionally, .NET languages like C# use Just-in-Time (JIT) compilation. In this process, the source code is initially compiled into Common Intermediate Language (CIL) code, a platform-agnostic code representation. Only when the code is executed does the JIT...

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Jan 15
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HyperText markup language, commonly referred to as HTML, has been the foundation of creating and navigating web pages from the very beginning. Its significance further increases provided how the world is moving towards digitization. Hence, working with this format just can’t be confined to internet use; users even look forward...

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Jan 13
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In the world of web development, building robust and efficient REST APIs is a crucial skill. Whether you are a C# beginner or have some programming experience, creating RESTful APIs using .NET Core and Entity Framework with PostgreSQL is an excellent starting point to dive into backend development. .NET Core...

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Jan 31, 2023
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Today we will see, how to enable Logging directly to Loki via Serilog for a .NET Core Microservice and visualize the logs in Grafana. Before we start, What is Loki? Loki is a horizontally scalable, highly available, multi-tenant log aggregation system inspired by Prometheus. It is designed to be...

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Jan 18, 2023
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Did you ever face a situation where you have a search UI, like a front-end application, that has a data table and you need to support a complex query construction that can contain Free Text search, Sorting of multiple columns, and extra filters and query parameters starts to look...

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Jan 2, 2023
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In this article, we are going to discuss the working of CQRS and MediatR patterns and step-by-step implementation using .NET Core 6 Web API. Agenda Introduction of CQRS Pattern When to use CQRS MediatR Step-by-step Implementation Prerequisites Visual Studio 2022 SQL Server .NET Core 6 Introduction of CQRS Pattern...

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Dec 5, 2022
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We are going to discuss Caching in .NET Core and how it works. So, we look at the following things one by one. Introduction of Caching. What is Cache. Types of cache. Cache Implementation. So, let’s start one by one. Introduction Caching is very popular nowadays in the software...

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Dec 1, 2022
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Having a system which is composed by distributed applications is a great idea, but a way to communicate with each other is required. A very popular architecture is the so called MDA or Message Driven Architecture, where a system is composed from autonomous components that communicate with each other...

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Nov 24, 2022
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Blazor and Razor have a healthy following in the web UI dev community, especially among developers who primarily work within .NET Core. However, the confusion between these two can be off-putting for some developers, especially beginners. This post discusses the similarities and differences between Blazor framework and Razor; both...

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Nov 16, 2022
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Need to communicate with multiple DBs in one application?? Usually we don’t face such scenarios. However if such requirement comes in picture, we will see how easy it is to communicate with multiple DBs using repository pattern in .Net Core Web API. To configure mongoDB, we need to install...

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Oct 24, 2022
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For as long as web applications have been around, full-stack developers have had to work with different sets of technologies for the front and backend. For instance, a developer would use something like Angular for the frontend and Express.js for the backend. Microsoft aimed to change this approach by...

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