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ASP.NET Core supports not only in-memory application based cache, but also supports Distribited Caching. A distributed cache is something external to the application. It does not live within the application and need not be present in the infrastructure of the server machine as well. Distributed cache is a cache that can be shared by one or more applications / servers. Like in-memory cache, it can improve your application response time quite drastrically. However, the implementation of Distribute

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Blazor Server is a stateful app framework. The app maintains an ongoing connection to the server, and the user's state is held in the server's memory in a circuit. One example of user state is data held in dependency injection (DI) service instances that are scoped to the circuit. The unique application model that Blazor Server provides requires a special approach to use Entity Framework Core.

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Authentication is an important aspect in any user interactive applications, which helps both in identifying who is interacting with the system at a given time and also securing the application from unrecognized access. While there are many approaches in designing a user authentication module, which describes how a user is identified and authenticated to use the application; token based authentication mechanism is one of the most advanced and secure ways of user authentication and securing APIs.

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In the post of the series we saw how to use SQL Server on Docker as the database for our integration tests during local development.

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We recently added multi-tenancy support to the social login system in our ASP.NET Zero project. ASP.NET Zero supports Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, OpenId Connect and WsFederation login options. Normally social logins do not support multi-tenancy by default. In this article, I will show you how to set these social login options per tenant.

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The .NET Core Feature Management libraries provide idiomatic support for implementing feature flags in a .NET or ASP.NET Core application. These libraries allow you to declaratively add feature flags to your code so that you don't have to write all the if statements for them manually.

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This blog post is about containerizing an ASP.NET Core Application with SQL Server. In this blog post I will explain how to run the migrations as part of the deployment process. In this post I am building an ASP.NET Core Web API application and I have enabled Swagger for testing purposes. I have added a Dockerfile and docker-compose.yaml file using Visual Studio code.

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In this post, we’re going to see just exactly how we can do that. WordPress is a popular blogging system cms, and a lot of people run their businesses on WordPress. It powers around 30% of the websites. It has tens of thousands of plugins, and, contrary to what some people might say, it’s still by far the most popular and most widely used content management system on the internet. On the other hand, .net is very powerful in security, performance, and so on, but it lacks the content management sy

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In this hands-on article, let's look at how we can make our aspnetcore application work with NoSQL entities stored in DynamoDB using a boilerplate simple Readers Management Portal application.

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In this series I cover a variety of topics and things I've learned in deploying ASP.NET Core applications to Kubernetes. I'm not an expert on Kubernetes by any means, so I'm not going to go deep into a lot of the technical aspects, or describe setting up a Kubernetes cluster. Instead I'm going to focus on the app-developer's side, taking an application and deploying it to an existing cluster.

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