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Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2018-07-20.
  • Xero API development with zero coding. Integrate and automate technically complex processes with the low-code, drag-and-drop plugin.

    - Integrate or sync with other third party APIs
    -Drag and drop to create processes for custom data
    -Easily expose RESTful web services that perform custom actions
    Tutorial  Added by antmorr // linx.software // about 8 hours ago
  • Find out what Unit testing is and how to write unit tests in ASP.NET Core Web API Project.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // 4 days ago
  • In this blog post, we are going to learn how we can implement authentication and authorization in Angular. We are going to see how we can securely transfer the user’s credentials from a browser to a server and vice versa.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // 8 days ago
  • Check this week's post about getting the user name of a device owner with Xamarin.Forms. it explains how to accomplish this easily.
    Tutorial  Added by DamienDoumer // doumer.me // 10 days ago
  • Securing a web application is one of the most important to do and usually one of the hardest things to pull off. Let's learn how to do it using JWT.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // 11 days ago
  • You may be facing difficulties when it comes to Xamarin.Forms debugging. Here is a summary of 5 Xamarin.Forms debugging nightmares and how to overcome them.
    Article  Added by DamienDoumer // doumer.me // 14 days ago
  • ASP.NET Core WebHooks provide support for receiving web hooks in ASP.NET Core web applications. This post explores how ASP.NET Core WebHooks support signature validation.
    Article  Added by tpeczek // www.tpeczek.com // 14 days ago
  • Have you ever wondered if it was possible to know when a user is clicking his screen with his mouse or not ? and to be notified exactly when this happen's, This article explains you how to do all of that on a CONSOLE app in C#
    Tutorial  Added by DamienDoumer // doumer.me // 15 days ago
  • In this post, we are going to convert an existing Generic Repository Pattern implemented in ASP.NET Core to an asynchronous one.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // 25 days ago
  • ASP.NET Core WebHooks provide support for receiving web hooks in ASP.NET Core web applications. This post explores how ASP.NET Core WebHooks handles verification requests.
    Article  Added by tpeczek // www.tpeczek.com // 28 days ago
  • This post explains how to use C# and the .Net framework to access information about a PCs Hardware (Processor...), OS, Serial ports and devices connected to the PC (USB devices, pointing devices..)
    Article  Added by DamienDoumer // doumer.me // 28 days ago
  • As a .Net Developer, you are surely a big fan of LINQ. If you ain't, you should, cause LINQ is awesome and this post resumes why it can be addictive. Once you master it, you will surely never let it go.
    Article  Added by DamienDoumer // doumer.me // about 1 month ago
  • With the release of 2.1, we now have support for SignalR in ASP.NET Core. In this tutorial, Kristoffer show you how to build a collaborative editor using SignalR.
    Article  Added by ThomasArdal // blog.elmah.io // about 1 month ago
  • Let’s imagine that we have a .NET Core Web API project in which we need to generate a PDF report. Even though it shouldn’t suppose to be too hard to do something like that, we could end up in losing too much time if we don’t know how to do it properly.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // about 1 month ago
  • During the development of reporting forms, a user wanted to see the process of data loading from the database. He wanted the timer to start running after hitting the button, and as strings were received, their number was displayed on the form. I needed to implement this within an existing ASP.NET project.
    Article  Added by Nathan // codingsight.com // about 1 month ago
  • In this post, we are going to create a new form component for the post actions and modal components to display success and error messages. We are going to reuse them in every parent component that needs those modal components. Furthermore, we are going to create all the input fields from the config file dynamically, since we want to make our code reusable.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // about 1 month ago
  • This tutorial is written primarily to demonstrate how to quickly create a simple application with support for npm, Webpack, and TypeScript based on an initial ASP.NET Core application template (which will run debugging from Visual Studio).
    Article  Added by Nathan // codingsight.com // about 1 month ago
  • This is a second post in my series about ASP.NET Core WebHooks. As promised it will be focused on machinery which makes it possible for a WebHook request to find matching action.
    Article  Added by tpeczek // www.tpeczek.com // about 1 month ago
  • Find out what we consider to be the best practices in .NET Core Web API. All the stated is our recommendation based on a development experience.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // about 1 month ago
  • UploadStream package for dotnet - improving multi-part file uploads performance by ~25% reduced CPU usage (us) and ~50% less memory impact (gen0 gc).
    Article  Added by ma1f // medium.com // about 1 month ago
  • The popular software design and architecture book for C# developers is read and synthesized. This article begins a series, starting with the book's introduction.
    Article  Added by joepetrakovich // purple.pizza // about 1 month ago
  • Who has ever tested their WebAPI knows such tools as Postman or Advanced REST (extensions for Chrome). These tools are convenient in every way, except that they are not able to recognize which models the API accepts, which ones it returns and do not provide information about all possible endpoints. The Swashbuckle package solves this disadvantage. It builds Swagger specification generation and UI in the project. In this article, I will briefly describe how to bind it to the project and provid...
    Article  Added by Nathan // codingsight.com // about 1 month ago
  • In part 5 of the React series: React Error Handling, we are going to create error handling reducer and action to handle HTTP errors. The React Series is about the utilization of the free technologies like MySql, .NET Core and React to make a responsive, flexible and robust web application at zero cost.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // about 1 month ago
  • Whenever a webpage have links to pre-compiled frontend files, we as developers can make the web browsers, as well as proxy servers, cache (save) the files for a very long time. But what happens when you make changes to one of those files on the server? How can we do both extremely long caching and invalidate the cache at any time?
    Tutorial  Added by stefanolsen // stefanolsen.com // about 1 month ago
  • Comparison of different tools SQL Server Data Tools, Entity Framework Migrations, Fluent Migrator, RoundhousE and DbUp
    Article  Added by andrebb // surfingthecode.com // about 2 months ago
  • In this part, we are going to learn a bit about more advanced features of TeamCity. We are also going to write an integration test to make sure our application is communicating with the database every time we build it.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // about 2 months ago
  • When I finished preparing the code for another blog post, I had to add a LICENSE and a README file to the Git repository of my code. Adding those files to the very first commit and adding a copyright notice to all C# source files, required rewriting of Git history. In this blog post, I share the scripts I used myself.
    Tutorial  Added by stefanolsen // stefanolsen.com // about 2 months ago
  • I created an open sourced inbound connector to demonstrate how to make a simple, yet powerful, integration for loading large XML documents with product data into iPMC. After doing thorough profiling of the code, I also incorporated several performance optimizations.
    Article  Added by stefanolsen // stefanolsen.com // about 2 months ago
  • ASP.NET Core WebHooks provide support for receiving web hooks in ASP.NET Core web applications. This post is a general overview of what's under its hood and how it works.
    Article  Added by tpeczek // www.tpeczek.com // about 2 months ago
  • In part 4 of the React series: React Lazy Loading, we are going to use lazy load feature to load components in an async way. The React Series is about the utilization of the free technologies like MySql, .NET Core and React to make a responsive, flexible and robust web application at zero cost.
    Article  Added by CodeMazeBlog // code-maze.com // about 2 months ago