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Prepare ASP.NET MVC / ASP.NET Core Projects to use Angular 2 in 10 Easy Steps
Now that Angular 2 is finally available, it would be good to try your hands on this new framework. If you are an absolute beginner in Angular 2 you may find preparing your ASP.NET projects a bit confusing. That's because you need to take quite a few steps before you actually start your Angular 2 development. Angular 2 documentation already have two great articles available here and here that guide you to the whole process. In this article I am going to discuss how you can prepare your ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Core projects to use Angular 2. I expect that you are already familiar with ASP.NET MVC / ASP.NET Core. Although you are not expected to have Angular 2 experience, a basic idea about what it does would be helpful. This article won't go into too much of the syntax level detailing. My aim here is to show you how and ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Core projects can be prepared to use this new framework.
Posted On : 26 Sep 2016
ASP.NET Core Identity - Allow Password Reset
In the previous two article (Part 1 and Part 2) you learnt to implement the ASP.NET Core identity in your web applications and also to add email verification support. In this article you will learn to enable password reset so that users can reset their passwords and specify a new password.
Posted On : 12 Sep 2016
ASP.NET Core Identity - Add Email Confirmation
In the previous article you learnt to implement the ASP.NET Core identity in your web applications. In most of the real world cases you would like to confirm that the email address entered by the user at the time of creating the account genuinely belongs to him. So, verifying the user's email address becomes important. Luckily, ASP.NET Core provides an easy way to do just that. In this article you will modify the application developed earlier to add email verification step.
Posted On : 29 Aug 2016
Implement Security using ASP.NET Core Identity in 10 Easy Steps
Many web applications need to authenticate and authorize the users. A common approach is to accept user name and password from the user and validate them against some data store. As far as ASP.NET Core web applications are concerned the recommended way to implement such a security using ASP.NET Core Identity. In this article you will learn to implement user authentication as well as role based security using ASP.NET Core Identity. You will do so by building a sample application from scratch using the empty project template.
Posted On : 22 Aug 2016
ASP.NET Core - Startup, Services and Middleware
Recently during one of my training programs someone asked - Can we change the name of the startup class in ASP.NET Core? What's the flow of an ASP.NET core request? This article attempts to answer these beginner questions in detail. It discusses the ASP.NET Core terminology such as application startup, services and middleware. It also briefly tells you how a custom services and middleware can be created and used in ASP.NET Core applications.
Posted On : 01 Aug 2016
Create Custom Tag Helpers in ASP.NET Core
As an ASP.NET developer you are already familiar with server controls and HTML helpers. What do they do? Simply put they execute some server side logic and generate HTML markup. The HTML markup thus generated is then rendered in the browser. In ASP.NET core you can continue to use HTML helpers as in ASP.NET MVC. However, there is a better alternative - Tag Helpers.
Posted On : 11 Jul 2016
Form, Query String and HttpContext in ASP.NET Core 1.0
ASP.NET Core is a modern web development framework. Features such as model binding make your life easy by mapping form field values with model properties. So, accessing form and query string values manually might not be needed so often. However, at times you may need to read the form collection and query string values manually. The same can be said about Items collection of HttpContent. This article discusses how the form collection, query string values and Items collection can be accessed in ASP.NET Core. You will also learn how HttpContext can be accessed inside classes other than the controller.
Posted On : 27 Jun 2016
Read and Write Cookies in ASP.NET Core 1.0
Storing and retrieving small pieces of information in cookies a common requirement in many web applications. This article explains with an example how ASP.NET Core 1.0 deals with cookies. You will learn to read and write cookies using ASP.NET Core. You will also learn to configure the cookie properties such as expiration time.
Posted On : 20 Jun 2016
New book : Beginning SOLID Principles and Design Patterns for ASP.NET Developers
Our New Book, Beginning SOLID Principles and Design Patterns for ASP.NET Developers, is now available. Covers SOLID principles, all GoF design patterns, a select PoEAA and popular JavaScript patterns.
Posted On : 20 Jun 2016
Updated : Use Dependency Injection in ASP.NET Core 1.0
There are three lifetime options for a service being injected namely Singleton, Scoped and Transient. This article presents a quick overview of all these modes.
Posted On : 13 Jun 2016

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