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In this article we are going to demonstrate how Continuous Integration with Jenkins and Docker works.
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Find out how to replace try-catch blocks in your code with the Global Error Handling by using the custom or built-in middleware in ASP.NET Core.
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Find out what Unit testing is and how to write unit tests in ASP.NET Core Web API Project.
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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.
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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.
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In this post, we are going to convert an existing Generic Repository Pattern implemented in ASP.NET Core to an asynchronous one.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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In this part, we're going to learn why we need CI in our lives, what makes a good CI tool, install TeamCity using Docker and prepare our continuous integration environment. In the end, we are going to run the whole process to see what we have accomplished.
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In this post, we are going to explain how to send HTTP requests from React. We can send requests from every component but we are going to do that by centralizing the HTTP logic as some kind of a repository. For this type and size of the project, the centralized solution fits perfectly fine.
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In this part, we are going to learn the difference between a Docker registry and a Docker repository and how to persist the changes we made to our images. We’re also going to learn more about Docker Hub and how to make our own local Docker registry.
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In part 2 of the React series: Navigation and React Routing, we are going to create a navigation and to make it functional by using routing. 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.
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Mobile devices have changed the software development and consumption ecosystem in the last few years. Usage of mobile devices grows by the year and it's no wonder that we see overcrowded mobile app marketplaces.So, what can a mobile software development company do to improve its chances on the global markets?
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In this post, we are going to add a MySQL database as another container and connect it with our application. Since we'll have multiple containers running we are going to take this opportunity to introduce Docker Compose tool which is a tool for defining and running multi-container applications.
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So, we’ve had a unique opportunity and a great pleasure to talk to one of the topmost authorities on developer security in the world, both Microsoft Regional Director and MVP for Developer Security, Troy Hunt.
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In part 1 of the React series: Creating React Project, we are going to prepare a project and create our first component. 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.
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In this article, we are going to focus on dockerizing our ASP.NET Core application with Dockerfiles, and understanding how Dockerfiles commands work. We are also going to spend some effort in optimizing our images to achieve the best results.
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In this part, we talk about the powerful Docker CLI and go through some of the potential use cases and scenarios that Docker is useful for.
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Part 17 is focused on .NET Core Linux Deployment. In this complete series, you will learn how to develop web app by using.NET Core 2.0, Angular 4, and MySQL. Also, we will post the app on Windows and Linux environment.
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In this part, we are going to apply some modifications to our ASP.NET Core application in order to prepare it for the dockerization process.
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How hard is to deploy ASP.NET Core app with Angular 4 frontend to IIS? If you ever tried haven't managed to do it, we got you covered.
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To finalize the coding part of the series, we are going to implement the logic for deleting the entity. To do that, we are going to create a form to support this action and send the DELETE request towards our server.
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In this post, we are going to update the owner entity by creating a form for the update action and by sending the PUT request towards our server.
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This part is focused on Angular Form Validation and creating a new owner. In this complete series, you will learn how to develop web app by using.NET Core 2.0, Angular 4, and MySQL. Also, we will post the app on Windows and Linux environment.
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Part 12 is focused on Angular @Input, @Output decorators and creating Directives. In this complete series, you will learn how to develop web app by using.NET Core 2.0, Angular 4, and MySQL. Also, we will post the app on Windows and Linux environment.
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Want to learn how to properly handle errors in #Angular 2+? Read on this week's post on Code Maze.
https://code-maze.com/net-core-web-development-part11

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