Tag Archives: ASP.NET Core

by in .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, C#, Dependency Injection

Configuration in ASP.NET Core

With the release of ASP.NET Core, configuration was given a major upgrade. The new options API provides the ability to add configuration sections to the service provider and then inject them using the options interfaces. Unfortunately, I still see people injecting IConfiguration and then manually grabbing values with strings.

by in .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, C#

Why You Should Read the .NET Core Source Code

In the first five years that I was working as a developer I didn’t once bother to read the .NET framework source code. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this is probably the case for most software developers. We work with the .NET framework and associated tools and libraries every […]

by in .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, C#, Entity Framework Core

Paging in Entity Framework Core

If you’re using Entity Framework Core and building any non-trivial enterprise application then using data tables with paging is almost a certainty. There are two ways to do this: server side and client side. Which one you choose depends on your design and your needs. There are pros and cons associated with both so you […]

by in .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, C#, Dapper, Entity Framework Core

Maximizing Entity Framework Core Query Performance

Entity Framework Core query performance is something that comes up often when working on projects that rely on it heavily. I have often heard that Entity Framework is not performant enough which then leads to everything being written as a stored procedure. Usually this happens for two main reasons: developers aren’t familiar with how to […]

by in .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, C#, IdentityServer4, Security

IdentityServer4 in ASP.NET Core Part 1

If you’ve worked with APIs at all in .NET Core then you have probably had the need to work with tokens for security. You could roll your own set up just using the underlying functionality in ASP.NET Identity, or you could enable easy mode and use something like IdentityServer4. There are other options out there […]

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ASP.NET Core Request Post Processing

If you’ve worked with Asp.Net Core to create APIs then you have more than likely run into situations where you needed to return different sets of data for the same model. One way to accomplish this is request post processing using an ActionFilter. Lets start with a common scenario. We have an internal enterprise application […]

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