Azure Static Web Apps is a service that automatically builds and deploys full stack web apps from a GitHub repository. Azure Static Web Apps consist of a static web frontend, and an Azure Functions based backend. When you create a Static Web Apps resource,
.NET 5 Release Candidate 2 (RC2) is now available and is ready for evaluation. .NET 5 RC2 is a “go live” release, meaning it’s supported in production. This prerelease of .NET 5 is very close to what we expect to ship for the .NET 5 release.
One aspect of application development that is often overlooked, especially by beginner developers is application resilience.
This post shows how Azure Key Vault certificates can be used with Microsoft.Identity.Web in an ASP.NET Core application which requires a downstream “access_as_user” API. The Azure AD App Registrations requires a certificate instead of a client secret.
Running .Net Core applications with a frontend SPA framework like Angular or React is now as simple as using one of the built-in templates in Visual Studio. Visual Studio also provides excellent docker support but there can be a few gotchas along the way that we need to be aware of.
Peachpie is an open source project that allows for a seamless interoperability between PHP and .NET applications. In this episode, Benjamin and Jakub from th...
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.NET 5 Preview 8 is now available and is ready for evaluation. Here’s what’s new in this release: Azure Active Directory authentication with Microsoft.Identity.
In this post I'll share some of the lessons learned migrating elmah.io's 25 Azure Function apps and 5 web apps to ASP.NET Core.
As an ASP.NET developer, you have dozens of microtasks to handle for every project you’re in charge of — administration, building the infrastructure, setting up business processes, integrating the project with other tools. In this tutorial, you'll see Practical Guide to Sending Emails in ASP.NET
This step-by-step article describes how to upload a file to a Web server and also download by client with using ASP.NET Core & ABP…
We are very pleased to announce that GetApp has named ASP.NET Zero as one of the best in the Application Development Tools category.
A core requirement of managing SMS messages in your app is receiving and acting on them in real-time. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to…
I’m gonna write some posts on the topic of Domain Driven Design. Over the years, I’ve come to some conclusions on how to apply DDD…
We are thrilled to announce that Orchard Core RC2 is now available. What is Orchard Core? Orchard Core Framework is a community-based application framework for building modular, multi-tenant applications on ASP.NET Core. It has been created by more than 150 contributors and has over 4K stars on GitHub.
After a long while, I had to create a singleton service while I’m developing a feature for the ABP Framework. Then I decided to write an article about that: Why and how should we use the singleton pattern over a static class? While this article uses C# as the programming language, the principles can be applied in any object oriented language.
With the release of Visual Studio 2019 16.7 Preview 4, you can now try out our new experimental Razor editor for local development with MVC, Razor Pages, and Blazor. We’re excited for you to give it a try! Enabling the new Razor editor To enable the new experimental Razor editor in Visual Studio 2019 16.7 Preview 4 or later: Install the latest Visual Studio preview Go to Tools >
Create multiple smaller APIs for each client to improve the development process and reduce boilerplate code. Let's learn how to effectively split your Swagger API and models for Code Generation
In this article, I will show you the basics of the webhook mechanism that uses a publish-subscribe pattern in the ASP.NET CORE 3.1 project. Webhooks are user-defined HTTP callbacks. They are usually triggered by some events, such as pushing code to a repository or a comment being posted to a blog. When that event occurs, the source site makes an HTTP request to the URL configured for the Webhook.