How does the built-in dependency injection work on ASP.NET Core?

PC: https://medium.com/net-core-dependency-injection/asp-net-core-dependency-injection-3aa993c2b583 Introduction Dependency Injection (DI) is a pattern that can help developers decouple the different pieces of their applications. DI provides a mechanism for the construction of dependency graphs independent of the class definitions. NET Core supports the DI software design pattern, which is a technique for achieving Inversion of Control (IoC, the “D” on the … Continue reading How does the built-in dependency injection work on ASP.NET Core?

Event Sourcing in .NET Core – part 1: A gentle introduction

Event sourcing, aka “the great myth”. I’ve been thinking about writing a series of articles about this for a while, and now it’s time to put my hands back on the keyboard. I thought that with all this bull**it pandemic at least I could have had more time to write on this blog but it … Continue reading Event Sourcing in .NET Core – part 1: A gentle introduction

Skip Identity server login page for Azure AD(Auto login)

source: Medium In this article, we will see how we can skip Identity server 4 login page if we have integrated Azure AD with identity server 4. First let me explain the problem and then I will explain the solution for the same. Problem: We use Identity server 4 for authentication and we have integrated … Continue reading Skip Identity server login page for Azure AD(Auto login)

Interfaces In C# 8.0

As we all know C# 8.0 was released a few days back which has come up with the many exciting features along with this release of C# there are significant amount of changes in interfaces have also been happened so with this article let’s try to explore the new feature and try to learn how … Continue reading Interfaces In C# 8.0

.Net 5.0 : The future of .Net

In my previous post I added links to get the archived presentations and sessions for .Net Conf 2019 which you can find here. In this quick post we will see what is long term .Net release schedule and what is the near future of .Net. .Net Core 3.0 .Net Core 3.0 is current major release … Continue reading .Net 5.0 : The future of .Net

Archive for .Net Conf 2019 presentations and sessions

You might have followed .Net Conf which is one of the biggest conferences for Microsoft technology stacks. I wrote a small post for .Net Conf before few days which you can find here. Even though you might have followed some sessions from .Net Conf, it is very tough to catch all the sessions as they … Continue reading Archive for .Net Conf 2019 presentations and sessions

Baby Monitor Chrome Extension – Streaming from Raspberry PI using SignalR and Cognitive Vision Service

SignalR Streaming is a latest addition to SignalR library and it supports sending fragments of data to clients as soon as it becomes available instead of waiting for all the data to become available. In this article, we will build a small app for baby monitoring to stream camera content from Raspberry PI using SignalR streaming. This tool … Continue reading Baby Monitor Chrome Extension – Streaming from Raspberry PI using SignalR and Cognitive Vision Service

Azure free e-book

This is a quick post to introduce a free Azure e-book to all who does not know about this. Today I was reading few things online and saw a link on Microsoft LinkedIn account where it was mentioned to download Azure e-book. I downloaded and after reading few pages, I found it very useful so … Continue reading Azure free e-book

First look of Entity Framework Core 3.0

Hello everyone, January is always special for me because I started writing blog posts in January 2014 and my first post just completed 5 years which is here. Now coming back to the current post, We have already seen some early look of Asp .Net Core 3.0 here, now let us see a quick look … Continue reading First look of Entity Framework Core 3.0

Containerizing N-Tier MVC .Net Framework Application with Docker

Microservice Architecture and Containerization using docker are the latest buzzword in the software industry. But, Many people including me in the software industry developing big monolithic enterprise applications using .Net Framework for many years have very limited scope of applying these concepts into existing applications. Because, its not easy to break enterprise monolithic application into micro … Continue reading Containerizing N-Tier MVC .Net Framework Application with Docker