This is basically a link to the original post which is published on Telerik blogs. Finally, we have a new major version of Angular, which is version 7. The reason I use the word “finally” is not just because people were waiting for the latest major release of Angular, but also because there were quite … Continue reading Creating an Angular 7 App with ASP.NET Core(Link to the post)
I am glad to announce that I have been added as an author on the Telerik site. This is basically a link to the post which I have written on the Telerik site and the topic is Nested forms in Angular 6. This is a step-by-step guide to use nested forms within the latest version … Continue reading Nested forms in Angular 6(Link to the post)
From September 2018, I have opened the gates for the guests to publish their articles on my site and I am glad to announce that 4 authors have been joined till now. If you are also interested to be a guest author then have a look here. This post is to welcome all the authors … Continue reading Guest Post program: Welcoming recently joined authors
You can find all .Net core posts here. Yesterday I was going through different articles as usual and one site attracted my attention. It is a brand new AI project from Microsoft called Sketch2Code and it is absolutely free of cost. What is Sketch2Code? As the name suggests, it is a site which converts your sketch into … Continue reading Convert your sketch to HTML code with Sketch2Code: Microsoft AI
You can find all .Net core posts here. In this quick post, we will see how to create an exe from .Net Core console application. Little background When we create a console application using .Net Core, you will notice that the exe would not be created when you build the application. Let us quickly create an application … Continue reading Generate an exe for the .Net Core console apps: .Net Core Quick posts part 5
You can find all .Net core posts here. From today on wards, I am starting a series in which I will put together some useful posts from different people from the community. I would not be able to post the links everyday but I will hand pick all the useful links which are recently published and will … Continue reading Handpicked Useful posts: Microsoft Tech stack
Re-blogged from Damien’s site.
This article shows how to disable parts of ASP.NET Core Identity in a Web Application. In the ASP.NET Core Identity, the Identiy UI is deployed as part of the NuGet package. So per default everything is enabled and you have to opt-out, unlike the older versions which was opt-in. If you are not careful, this could cause security holes in your application. It is important that you disable the parts of Identity which you do not use!
To demonstrate this, the register process will be disabled. Sometimes, the users are imported or defined using an existing application/process, and the application should not be allowed to register users, so it needs to be deactivated. Per default, it is added and needs to be removed. The default Register Razor Page can be reached at the following URL:
“App base URL”/Account/Register
To turn this off, you need to scaffolding the Razor Page into…
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