Database migration for .Net Core projects

You can find my all .Net core posts here. I am adding new post after a long break because I recently joined a new company AttachingIt. It is an awesome security related company and now-on wards I am going to work on this awesome product. In this post, I will explain how to do the Database migration for … Continue reading Database migration for .Net Core projects

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Steps to add new field with Code first approach in .Net Core

You can find all .Net core posts here. I have written a post on Code first approach with .Net Core which you can find here. In above post, I have not covered adding an additional new field in the model and migrate it to the database using Code first approach. Let us see that scenario in this … Continue reading Steps to add new field with Code first approach in .Net Core

Secure .Net Core applications from CSRF attack: .Net Core security Part II

You can find all of my  .Net core posts here. This is the second post on .Net Core security. First part is here. In this post, we will see how to secure your .Net Core applications from CSRF attack. What is CSRF? CSRF stands for Cross-Site Request Forgery. CSRF in simple words: Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is … Continue reading Secure .Net Core applications from CSRF attack: .Net Core security Part II

Code First approach in .Net Core(2.0): CRUD Operations

Note – You can find the source code of my sample application here. In my previous series of post, I explained the Create, Read, Update, Delete(CRUD) using Angular 5 with .Net Core 2 API. For Part I(Database first set up in .Net Core 2) is here and Part II(CRUD in Angular 4) is here. In this post, we … Continue reading Code First approach in .Net Core(2.0): CRUD Operations