April 27, 2023 by Anuraj
This post is about Data API builder, which is tool helps to provide modern REST and GraphQL endpoints to your Azure Databases. By utilizing the data API builder, you can make your database objects available through REST or GraphQL endpoints, allowing you to access your data using contemporary approaches on any device, language or platform. The integrated policy engine is both adaptable and versatile, supporting conventional functionalities such as pagination, filtering, projection and sorting. Consequently, creating CRUD backend services can be accomplished within a matter of minutes instead of days or hours, significantly boosting developer efficiency to an unprecedented level.
February 15, 2023 by Anuraj
This post is about improving EF Core performance with Compiled queries. From EF Core 2.0 onwards, EF Core supports compiled queries, which helps developers to compile the queries in advance and executed when application executes the query. By default EF Core automatically compiles and caches your queries using a hashed representation of the query expression - when the code runs the previously executed query, EF Core lookup the cache with the hash value and returns the compiled query from the cache. We can explicitly compile the query upfront and invoke the compiled query. To compile the query, EF Core exposes two extension methods in EF class - EF.CompileQuery() and EF.CompileAsyncQuery(). These methods helps us to create compiled queries and call them using a delegate.
January 14, 2023 by Anuraj
AspNetCore MongoDb MinimalAPI WebApi
This post is about implementing CRUD operations with ASP.NET Core Web API and Mongo DB. In this post I am using a nuget package with the name MongoFramework - which is an Entity Framework like implementation for MongoDb. I am following the schema and implementation of the Microsoft Learn documentation about Create a web API with ASP.NET Core and MongoDB.
January 13, 2023 by Anuraj
Azure Security Static Web Apps
In the last post we discussed about implementing the authentication in Static Web App Free Plan. For Standard plan, we can use our own client Id and client secret of the social provider. Using your own client Id and client secret will help you to avoid the Azure concent screen once you logged into the app. Something like this.
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