WSFederationHttpBinding in .NET Standard. Implement scenarios that consume WCF services with WS-Federation bindings on .NET Core with the release of System.ServiceModel.Federation.
As .NET Core has evolved, the WCF team has worked to expand support for WCF client scenarios on .NET Standard and .NET Core. Until recently, one of the gaps developers faced when building WCF clients for .NET Core was the lack of
WS2007FederationHttpBinding. These bindings support WS-Federation authentication scenarios where users authenticate with a security token service (like Active Directory Federation Services) and use a token from that authentication provider to authenticate with a separate service (called the ‘relying party’). Last month, the System.ServiceModel.Federation package (targeting .NET Standard 2.0) released, enabling these client WCF scenarios!
This post covers the basics of getting started with System.ServiceModel.Federation in your .NET Core application. It goes over how to install the package and how its use differs from previous WS-Fed WCF scenarios.
In this article, we’ll discuss how to use jQuery Ajax for ASP.NET Core MVC CRUD Operations using Bootstrap Modal. With jQuery Ajax, we can make HTTP request to controller action methods without reloading the entire page, like a single page application.
I have just migrated application to .NET 5 and guess what, I stumbled across another “tiny difference with big consequences”. Tiny Difference, Big Consequences Reloaded: SignalR in .NET Core 3.1 vs. .NET 5.
Combining enhancements to .NET Core and EF Core, ASP.NET Core 6 has gained the ability to handle arbitrarily large JSON files via asynchronous streaming and the IAsyncEnumerable interface. Async Streaming with EF Core and ASP.NET Core 6.
How to Install Dotnet Core on Ubuntu 18.04. This tutorial is an walk through to install dotnet core on Ubuntu 18.04 Linux system. Also created a sample application using dotnet core.
Delivering .NET Core 2.1, 3.1, and .NET 5.0 updates on Windows via Microsoft Update.