In this blog post, we’ll explore into why cancellation tokens are indispensable in the context of ASP.NET Core and EF Core, and how they contribute to the overall performance and user experience of our applications.
In this blog post, we’ll explore the intricacies of ASP.NET Core EF Core and delve into effective strategies for handling connection retries when dealing with SQL Server databases. By implementing retry mechanisms, we can enhance the robustness of our applications and ensure seamless interactions with SQL Server databases.
Serilog stands out as an excellent third-party library for implementing structured logging in ASP.NET Core applications. The adoption of structured logging is crucial for generating logs that are both easily readable and filterable. Opting for SQL Server as a log destination provides the advantage of harnessing SQL querying capabilities for efficient log filtering. This becomes particularly beneficial when our application is already integrated with SQL Server.
This post is about how to use Identity to secure a Web API backend for SPAs such as Angular, React, and Vue apps. Unlike ASP.NET Core MVC, Web API projects doesn’t support the --auth Individual option while creating the Web API project from dotnet SDK. We have to manually add the nuget package references. So first we need to create a web api project, we can do that using the following command - ` dotnet new webapi –name Weatherforecast.Api –output Weatherforecast`. Next we need to add reference of different NuGet packages. I am using Sql Server as the backend.
This post is about installing dotnet aspire. The .NET Aspire is an opinionated, cloud ready stack for building observable, production ready, distributed apps. .NET Aspire is delivered through a collection of NuGet packages that handle specific cloud-native concerns. Cloud-native apps often consist of small, interconnected pieces or microservices rather than a single, monolithic code base. Cloud-native apps generally consume a large number of services, such as databases, messaging, and caching.