How to use SignalR in ASP.Net Core

How to use SignalR in ASP.Net Core

Take advantage of SignalR to add real-time web functionality to your ASP.Net Core applications

04/02/18

How to use Moq to ease unit testing in C#

How to use Moq to ease unit testing in C#

Take advantage of the Moq open source library to isolate application code from dependencies for testing

03/26/18

How to implement a distributed cache in ASP.Net Core

How to implement a distributed cache in ASP.Net Core

Take advantage of a distributed cache to improve the performance and scalability of your ASP.Net Core application

03/19/18

How to implement background processing in ASP.Net Core

How to implement background processing in ASP.Net Core

Take advantage of the IHostedService interface in ASP.Net Core to build and run background tasks or hosted services

03/12/18

How to do integration testing in ASP.Net Core

How to do integration testing in ASP.Net Core

Take advantage of xUnit and ASP.Net Core’s test host package to run integration tests on your ASP.Net Core web applications

03/05/18

How to use response compression in ASP.Net Core

How to use response compression in ASP.Net Core

Take advantage of response compression middleware in ASP.Net Core to reduce bandwidth requirements and improve the responsiveness of your apps

02/26/18

How to use the iterator design pattern in C#

How to use the iterator design pattern in C#

Take advantage of the iterator pattern to traverse aggregate objects without having to expose their underlying data structures

02/19/18

How to work with LiteDB in C#

How to work with LiteDB in C#

Take advantage of the fast, lightweight, and easy-to-use LiteDB for your desktop, mobile, and simple web applications

02/12/18

How to consume a Web API using RestSharp

How to consume a Web API using RestSharp

Take advantage of the flexible and easy-to-use RestSharp HTTP API client to consume your REST APIs

02/05/18

How to implement a DelegatingHandler for X-HTTP-Method-Override in Web API

How to implement a DelegatingHandler for X-HTTP-Method-Override in Web API

Take advantage of a DelegatingHandler and the X-HTTP-Method-Override in Web API to overcome browser and firewall constraints

01/29/18

When to use WebClient vs. HttpClient vs. HttpWebRequest

When to use WebClient vs. HttpClient vs. HttpWebRequest

Understand the pros and cons of the .Net Framework's various native classes for working with HTTP requests and responses

01/22/18

How to build custom middleware in ASP.Net Core

How to build custom middleware in ASP.Net Core

Take advantage of ASP.Net Core middleware to customize your application’s handling of HTTP requests and responses

01/15/18

How to work with the Interpreter design pattern

How to work with the Interpreter design pattern

This article provides a know how on the Interpreter pattern and how it can be implemented. The code examples are provided in C#.

01/08/18

When to use an abstract class vs. interface in C#

When to use an abstract class vs. interface in C#

Understanding the differences between an abstract class and interface is key to designing loosely coupled and extensible applications

01/01/18

How to create asynchronous web pages in ASP.Net

How to create asynchronous web pages in ASP.Net

Take advantage of asynchronous web pages in ASP.Net to improve the responsiveness and scalability of your applications

12/18/17

How to implement a feature toggle in C#

How to implement a feature toggle in C#

Take advantage of feature toggles to manage application features without having to maintain multiple source code branches

12/11/17

How to avoid temporal coupling in C#

How to avoid temporal coupling in C#

Two approaches to solving temporal coupling, a 'design smell' that results when members of a class must be invoked in a specific sequence

12/04/17

How to use the Memento design pattern in C#

How to use the Memento design pattern in C#

Take advantage of the Memento design pattern to store and restore an object's state to support undo or rollbacks in your application

11/27/17

How to implement a custom exception class in C#

How to implement a custom exception class in C#

Take advantage of custom exception classes to extend error handling or add meaningful information to the errors thrown by your .Net applications

11/20/17

How to avoid memory leaks in .Net applications

How to avoid memory leaks in .Net applications

Learn the causes of memory leaks in .Net, how to detect them, and how avoid them in your applications

11/13/17

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