In this article, we’ll take a look at how to publish a package to an Azure Artifacts feed using NuGet.
Let’s define the problem statement:
Note: I am using Azure Pipelines for the build process.
Hello! Let’s look at a way to setup IdentityServer4 to use ASP.NET Identity for User Management and create a React application to login a user and make requests to a protected API using the Authorization Code with PKCE flow.
Before we begin, let’s outline our problem statement. We want
My colleagues and I recently had an insightful discussion on Clean Code. While the root of this topic remains technical, there is an essence of philosophy about it, with subjective opinions differing from developer to developer. Despite the lofty title, I am by no means proclaiming the contents of this article to be the word of God. I am merely attempting to pass on some insights that I have gathered from my mentors and my own experience.
Clean Code at its most trivial sense is code that is both meaningful and good-looking. For me, meaningful code is at the root…
I have worked with Azure services for a few years and I’ve seen it change and a host of new features added in the way that technology evolves faster than I can keep up with. This exploratory article aims to give you a small glimpse of the world of Azure and the cloud in general.
I won’t be talking about Azure/Microsoft vs the rest. You are free to evaluate different cloud providers like AWS, Google Cloud and so on, and you can pick what solution suits you best. I like Azure because it integrates neatly into Visual Studio, and since…
When working with data, oftentimes my clients or customers have asked me, “who changed that record?”. I always add some audit info to all my entities (models/tables) to know who added or changed a piece of data and when it was last changed.
Let’s start by creating an interface called IEntity that demands that my auditable entities will need to have the following fields: