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Jun 1
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The final part of our series brings the user interface to life, integrating our secure ASP.NET 8 Web API with a React and Redux frontend. In this article, we’ll cover how to manage authentication states, securely store and handle authentication tokens, and communicate with the backend API from your React...

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Jun 1
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In the second part of our series, the focus shifts towards validating the security and reliability of our ASP.NET 8 Web API through comprehensive integration testing. Integration testing plays a critical role in ensuring that our authentication mechanisms work as intended, under various scenarios and edge cases. We’ll guide you...

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May 22
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Introduction According to the people who designed it, OData (the Open Data Protocol) is “the best way to Rest”. OData is essential, a way to try and standardize REST. It’s an open protocol that allows the creation and consumption of queryable and interoperable RESTful APIs in a simple and standard...

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May 12
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In this guide, we will learn how to implement Advanced Pagination in ASP.NET Core WebApi with ease. Pagination is one of the most important concepts while building RESTful APIs. You would have seen several public APIs implementing this feature for better user experience and security. We will go in detail...

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May 2
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Introduction In this article, we are going to discuss How to implement Authentication and Authorization in .NET 8 Web API. This is a continuation of.Net 8 series, so if you are new, Please have a look at my previous articles. Authentication and Authorization represent fundamentally different functions. In this article,...

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May 2
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Introduction In this article, we are going to discuss What Entity Framework is and How we can implement it in the .Net 8 project. This is a continuation of part 1, so if you are new to this article, please check my part 1 before proceeding. In this article, we...

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May 2
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Introduction Creating a CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) API in .NET 8 with an In-memory collection is a common scenario in web development. In this article, we’ll walk through building a complete .NET 8 Web API with a real-world use case. Prerequisites Visual Studio or Visual Studio Code (with .NET...

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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 25
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Pagination allows you to retrieve a large number of records split into pages, instead of returning all the results at once. This is especially useful in scenarios where you need to retrieve a large number of records. In this article, I present how to implement OffSet and Keyset pagination...

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Feb 17, 2023
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A Guide to Building Scalable, Maintainable Web API using ASP .NET Core The term “Clean Architecture” has become increasingly popular in software development in recent years. Clean Architecture is a software design pattern that prioritizes the separation of concerns, making it easier to maintain, test, and evolve an application over...

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Jan 18, 2023
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Aha! There is always something intimidating about Dependency Injection. I distinctly remember a couple of years ago, telling a .Net recruiter for a contract project, that, “I had no idea what DI is” He immediately stopped talking to me. It’s just one of those moments. It was true, to...

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Jan 18, 2023
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Unit testing is one of the major parts of software testing which can be handled by the developer itself. It is used to test the smallest components of your code. The purpose of the Unit test is to validate the functionality or expected output of your code during your development...

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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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Nov 25, 2022
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In this article, you will see a Web API solution template which is built on Hexagonal Architecture with all essential features using .NET Core. Download source code from GitHub Download project template from Microsoft marketplace Introduction This is kick-off project which will have all essential things integrated to it....

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Sep 23, 2022
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In this article, we will discuss gRPC and perform CRUD Operation using that and step-by-step implementation of gRPC. We take Product Application here to understand how things are going to work with gRPC and, in that first, we create ProductOfferGrpcService which is used to create Product Offers and which...

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Aug 26, 2022
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We are going to discuss the RabbitMQ Message Queue and its implementation using .NET Core 6 API as Message Producer and Console Application as a Message Consumer. Agenda Introduction of RabbitMQ Benefits of using RabbitMQ Implementation of RabbitMQ in .NET Core 6 Prerequisites Visual Studio 2022 Docker Desktop .NET...

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Aug 24, 2022
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In this article, we will learn about global exception handling implementation using .NET Core 6 Web API step-by-step. Agenda Introduction Implementation of Global Exception Handling Prerequisites Visual Studio 2022 .NET Core 6 SDK Understanding of C# Programming Basic Understanding of Object-Oriented Programming Understanding of .NET Core APIs Introduction Exception...

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Aug 23, 2022
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Suppose we are building a web api that contains a route to send notification messages to other systems. For security matters, before sending any notification message, we need to provide some credentials to these systems to they accept our messages. However, these credentials are stored in an external data...

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