ASP.NET Core

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Use access token and refresh token returned by Identity API endpoints
In the previous part of this series we wired token based authentication and Identity API endpoints into our Employees Web API. Now it's time to test and confirm the working of our API.
Posted On : 15 Apr 2024
Use token authentication and Identity API endpoints in ASP.NET Core
If you are following previous articles of this series, you are probably comfortable working with Web API and class library projects in VS Code. We will take our example a step further and add authentication to the Web API.
Posted On : 08 Apr 2024
Work with Web API and Class Library projects in Visual Studio Code
In the previous article you learned to setup Visual Studio Code for ASP.NET Core development. We created ASP.NET Core MVC project and used scaffolding to create CRUD pages. In this article you will create a Web API that exposes the CRUD functionality to its client apps. You will also wrap the EF Core code inside a class library project.
Posted On : 19 Feb 2024
Develop ASP.NET Core apps using Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code or VS Code is a light weight IDE for modern web development. It supports a wide range of programming and scripting languages including C# and .NET Core. It has a very good extensions and libraries. If you are an ASP.NET developer familiar with Visual Studio and are looking to get introduced to Visual Studio Code this article is for you.
Posted On : 06 Feb 2024
Use Endpoint Filters and Route Groups in Minimal APIs
ASP.NET Core Minimal APIs allow you to quickly create controller-less HTTP APIs with minimal dependencies. A minimal API typically has an endpoint URL and an endpoint handler. At times you want to intercept an endpoint handler so that you can add pre and post processing to the endpoint handler. That's where Endpoint Filters come into picture. When there are too many endpoints, it makes sense to group them using a common URL prefix. This is taken care by Route Groups. In this article we will examine both with a few examples.
Posted On : 16 Oct 2023
Show cascading dropdown lists in ASP.NET Core
Many years ago I wrote a few articles on displaying cascading dropdown lists in ASP.NET. Since this is a very common requirement while building web UIs it's worthwhile to see how cascading dropdown lists can be displayed in ASP.NET Core MVC also.
Posted On : 19 Jun 2023
Group Dropdown list items in ASP.NET Core
Displaying a list of options in a dropdown list or a listbox is quite common in ASP.NET Core forms. You can use the Select Tag Helper to render a <select> element and its options. If you want to display a large number of options to choose from, it would be better to group those options to make it easier for the end user to make the selection. In this article we will learn two ways to group dropdown list items.
Posted On : 05 Jun 2023
Display Checkbox and Radio Button table column in ASP.NET Core
Displaying data in tabular or grid format is quite common in web applications. At times you want to display a column as a series of checkboxes or radio buttons such that a user can indicate a boolean selection. In this article we will discuss a possible approach to accomplish that task.
Posted On : 29 May 2023
Pass a JSON Web Token (JWT) to minimal API using fetch()
In the previous article we learned to call Web API and minimal API using fetch(). Many a times your APIs are secured using JSON Web Token (JWT) based authentication scheme. And you need to pass the JWT while making API calls. In this part of the article we will learn to do just that.
Posted On : 17 Apr 2023
Call ASP.NET Core Web API and Minimal API using fetch() -- Part 2
In the previous article we created a Web API controller and minimal APIs that perform CRUD operations on the Customers table. Now it's time to call our APIs from our UI. We could have used a plain HTML page for housing the UI elements but we will use the same MVC view that we have created in the previous examples of this series.
Posted On : 03 Apr 2023
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