In this article, we will learn what Blazor is and how we can set up Blazor by making a basic CRUD Application with Entity Framework Core Code first approach in .Net 5 (the latest version).
What we are going to cover in this?
Blazor is a .NET web system that runs in the…
In this article, we are going to cover how to access the JSON web token (JWT) and also to protect our routes by the JSON web token.
Have you ever thought about the process of authentication? What lies under the layers of abstraction and complexity? Nothing out of the ordinary. It’s a method of encrypting data and generating a one-of-a-kind token that users can use to identify themselves. Your identity is verified with this token. It will verify your identity and grant you access to a variety of services. …
In this article, we will learn how to document our already existing APIs with .Net and.Net Core. Many developers absolutely deplore writing documentation. It’s boring to put all these things together in a document by manually writing them. To overcome this we have Swagger to implement documentation and it’s an open-source API documentation tool.
Packages required to configure Swagger,
After installing the package to the respective project, here I am sharing the screenshot for…
In this article we are going to learn the EF Core Power Tools basically the new version of EF Core is pretty simple to use like the Entity Data model which we are already used in .NET Framework and this EF Core Power tool helps in the development process. Let’s go deep into this.
What is EF Core Power Tools?
EF Core Power Tools is the most powerful extension. It provides a lot of options like Reverse Engineer to generate the Entity classes based database tables and also to generate the Model Diagram. It also helps with the Migration of…
In this article, we are going to cover how to build APIs with Node.js, Express and MySQL.
Create a folder with the project name and open the folder in Visual Studio Code and open the command prompt (Win + R -> cmd) or terminal in VS Code and…
In this article we are going to learn about the how to setup the basic authentication for our API’s using swagger in ASP.NET 5.0. As we all know, its newly launched Framework officially released in November. Here I am sharing the link to install the SDK for .Net 5
Packages used in this Project!
The above package is installed by default if you are going with ASP.NET Core 5.0
Create a Project in Visual Studio and make sure to go with the same process from the image shown below.
In this article we will learn about the Hangfire — .Net Library to make our background tasks and jobs easier in ASP.NET 5.0. As we all know, its newly launched Framework officially released in November. Here I am sharing the link to install the SDK for .Net 5
Today we are going to learn about Microservice architecture and its implementation using Ocelot API Gateway in ASp.Net Core — 3.1. We all know the benefits of using Microservices for large-scale applications.
There are two possible ways to build and structure the applications:
Monolith is like a big container, wherein all the software components of an app are assembled and tightly coupled; i.e each component fully depends on the other. There are advantages and disadvantages to Monolith. Compared to Microservices the advantages are less in Monolith Architecture.
Programmer 💻 | Biker 🏍️ | Blogger 👨💻 | Indian