Complete guide to hosting an ASP.NET Core app on your Linux clearly explained and broken down for beginners
This post delves into proxy servers and how they come into play when hosting .net applications on linux! In order to make our Linux hosted .Net Core application accessible to world online, we need to configure a reverse proxy server.
I recently had to work with Oracle Tuxedo during a migration project of a legacy vb6 application to .Net. I found that there was not a lot of information at hand available for developers so I thought I would put together a quick and concise guide with a few of my own tips that I picked up during development.
Setting up Continuous Integration/deployment on Gitlab to deploy a .NET Core application to an FTP server
In this article will set up a continuous integration pipeline for a .NET Core web application with automated deployment to an FTP server.
In this tutorial, we will look at binding a form control such as a label and checkbox to a ListView column in .NET (4.7) WinForms (Window Forms).
Its features will include:
- Updating the content/CheckState of the bound control where there is a selection change on the ListView
- Using a button to modify the column’s item with the value contained in the bound control
- Create and add a new item to the listview according to values present in the bounded controls
Dependency Injection is an increasingly popular and prominent design pattern in modern application development.
ASP.NET Core 3.x is platformed on top of the generic host. A versatile object that let's us encapsulates an app's resources at start up and configure dependency injection.
I'm going to share how I configured my generic host with a bare-bones approach you can adapt. It implements logging, autofac and is configurable with appsettings.json.
This beginner-oritented article explores the built-in logging framework introduced in ASP.NET Core. Microsoft have seriously improved its built-in logging functionality and there are plenty of new features to get your teeth into.
OWIN is a .NET standard for writing web middleware. I had no idea what it was either until I researched and wrote this article for those beginners who find themselves in a similar situation of bafflement.
The protected keyword is an access modifier applied to the declaration of a class and any of its members that restricts the scope of accessibility to either within the class (or struct) where it is declared or from classes derived (inherited) from it.
struct keyword in C# is used for creating a
structure is similar to a class and is used to hold values of different types under one home.
However, despite this similarity to a class, there are subtle (but important) differences explored in this article.
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