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Nov 17, 2020
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RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication". It is a web feed mechanism, which helps applications or clients get updated content from websites in a timely fashion and empower applications to get content from more than one website regularly without having to manually check for new content. The best example for...

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Nov 16, 2020
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Choosing the best framework for desktop application development isn’t the easiest thing to do. However, the good news is that it’s a tough choice because you have a diversity of options when it comes to the desktop application frameworks. In this article, we will explain what is the desktop framework,...

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Nov 12, 2020
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Lazy initialization is a technique that defers the creation of an object until the first time it is needed. In other words, initialization of the object happens only on demand. Note that the terms lazy initialization and lazy instantiation mean the same thing — they can be used interchangeably. By...

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Nov 9, 2020
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Microservices The term microservices portrays a software development style that has grown from contemporary trends to set up practices that are meant to increase the speed and efficiency of developing and managing software solutions at scale. Microservices is more about applying a certain number of principles and architectural patterns as...

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Nov 7, 2020
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Introduction During this article, we will learn how to work with the microservice architecture patterns and Docker containers using the .NET Core 3 platform to build a distributed system. Monolithic vs Microservices Architecture Before talking about Microservices, we need to understand the difference between traditional application approach and microservices application...

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Nov 5, 2020
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Quick Summary: - Frontend frameworks are the pioneer blocks of the software development process. But there are so many options to choose when it comes to building visually appealing apps that rank high on user experience. To help you out, we have curated a list of the best frontend...

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Nov 2, 2020
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We put together a comprehensive resource hub for all things remote work. This mega guide on remote work has guidance on getting started working remotely, from finding a job to setting up your workspace. Do you remember the days when selling Avon, entering data into spreadsheets, and answering customer...

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Oct 24, 2020
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Introduction The Onion Architecture term was coined by Jeffrey Palermo in 2008. This architecture provides a better way to build applications for better testability, maintainability, and dependability on the infrastructures like databases and services. This architecture's main aim is to address the challenges faced with 3-tier architecture or n-tier architecture...

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Oct 14, 2020
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Just because you're using Web Forms, it doesn't mean that you are stuck in a technical time-warp. If you want to liven up a site with new features using Ajax and libraries such as jQuery, Bootstrap or Knockout.JS, then you can always integrate a Web API layer into a...

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Oct 12, 2020
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In a previous article we’ve introduced how authentication works in Blazor WebAssembly and we’ve seen a simple example on how to create a Blazor client, implement the login flow via Identity Server 4 and retrieve an access token to call a protected Web API.   However, every real-world application will...

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Oct 12, 2020
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The new Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0 includes support to client side authentication, which makes relatively simple to implement OpenID Connect and OAuth2 in your single page application. In other words, it means that we can finally build applications with the most recent industry standards in terms of security, enabling complex authentication...

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Oct 7, 2020
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What is a Windows Service Enables you to create long-running executable applications that run in their own windows session. Can be automatically started when the computer boots, can be paused and restarted without any user interaction. Easily installable by running the command line utility InstallUtil.exe and passing the path to...

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Sep 14, 2020
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We’ll learn about the use of SignalR to build real-time functionality in your ASP.NET Core web apps. SignalR can also be used to add real-time functionality to desktop applications, mobile apps and Azure Functions. What is SignalR? SignalR has been around for 5+ years now, allowing ASP .NET developers to...

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Sep 10, 2020
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Are you wondering how to make your content more clickable, shareable, and noticeable on social media? Open Graph meta tags are the solution. What are Open Graph meta tags? Open Graph meta tags are snippets of code that control how URLs are displayed when shared on social media. They’re part...

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Sep 7, 2020
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Microservices are the face of the future. Organizations are keen to adapt to Microservices, either by creating a new setup or by transforming monolithic applications into Microservices. Though the inclination towards migrating to Microservices quite high, how to approach the same is yet unclear to many. On a basic...

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Aug 25, 2020
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Why Share Code Across Projects/Assemblies? There are multiple reasons why you may want to share code between multiple projects/assemblies. Code reuse: This should be pretty self-explanatory. You shouldn’t have to rewrite the same code more than once. Placing reusable code in a shared library enables code reuse. Multiple front-ends: In...

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Aug 25, 2020
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Unless you’re perfect 100% of the time (who is?), you’ll most likely have errors in your code. If your code doesn’t build due to compilation errors, you can probably correct that by fixing the offending code. But if your application encounters runtime errors while it’s being used, you may not...

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Aug 25, 2020
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The Generic Host Builder in ASP .NET Core was introduced in v2.1, but only meant for non-HTTP workloads. However, it has now replaced the Web Host Builder as of v3.0 in 2019. Generic Host Builder in ASP .NET Core 3.x History Lesson: Generic Host Builder in 2.x So, if the...

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Aug 25, 2020
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Before Tag Helpers were available, you would have to use HTML Helper methods to create forms and their elements in a ASP .NET Core views. This meant that your form could look something like this: @using (Html.BeginForm()) {     <input /> } With the introduction of Tag Helpers, you can...

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