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How to boost application performance by choosing the right serialization
Improving performance of .NET application with different serialization formats
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Pretty much any serious application now days needs to interact with any storage media such as disk or network. This is where serialization comes in... read more
Setting up .NET Core service/daemon on Debian Linux OS
How to run .NET Core application as daemon on Linux
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I found a lot of articles out here on this subject, but non of them actually made the daemon work from the first time. There was always some catch I had to chase and found in some other article posted online... read more
Using Google reCAPTCHA v2 in ASP.NET Core Web Application
Validating data with Google reCAPTCHA v2 in ASP.NET Core using custom validation attribute
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In case you have any page on your website which allows anonymous users to POST data to your web application, you should always use any kind of bot protection. Usually that is any kind of CAPTCHA implementation... read more
Redis health check in ASP.NET Core WebApi
Checking availability of distributed Redis cache instances in ASP.NET Core WebApi
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Even before popularity of micro service approach, for even monolithic applications you needed to have health-checks (Google Compute Engine) or health-probes (Microsoft Azure) for load balancing. Basically in load balancing scenario, these endpoints are used to tell load balancer whether instance can handle requests or not. Since handling of requests may consider several components, these endpoints either return 200 OK HTTP response or any other response like 500 Internal Server Error with optional payload message describing the issue and each component status. ... read more
Seeding data in Entity Framework Core from Visual Studio
Insert sample data from Visual Studio IDE with EF core
 
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Unlike Entity Framework 6, EF Core and whole .NET Core relies on dependency injection. For example, configuration is expected to be injected from the calling assembly instead of being available at any time. This is one of the reasons Migrations in Code First approach do not work out of the box for EF Core... read more
Error handling in ASP.NET Core Web API
Generating the proper response for exceptions in ASP.NET Core WepApi
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Both Web API in .NET 4.5 and later and Web API in ASP.NET CORE have great error handling support out of the box. You can specify you global handler and control your response to a client when exception happens. ... read more
SETNX with TTL in .NET using StackExchange.Redis
Set key if it does not exist in redis with expiry using StackExchange.Redis
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Recently I needed to set redis key if it is not present with specific expiry time to use it as some logical flag. I knew tat you can use SETNX command for this but did not have any info how to set the expiry time. After some time going through redis documentation and articles found online I found a SET method overload for the redis-cli. ... read more
Generic string to primitive type converter in C#
Converting string data to any primitive type in .NET and .NET Core
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Often case when you need to convert String to a different type which is most of the time a primitive type in C# is when you are reading values from configuration. In both .NET and .NET Core, reading from configuration return plain String value... read more
Getting GIF image information using C#
Extracting GIF image data in .NET using C#
 
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GIF image format is most commonly used format for online advertising, especially since all browser starting from major onces stopped supporting Flash animations because of their infamous security vulnerabilities and issues. After going through different articles I found online, I came up with the class which exposes following GIF image properties... read more
How to avoid Thread.Sleep in your production code in .NET
Avoiding Thread.Sleep in production code in .NET using C#
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I am pretty sure any of us used Thread.Sleep method to pause the current thread execution. Mostly this is used to simulate long running process during the test or debug. While this is fine to use for testing, if your intention is to actually schedule thread execution this is probably wrong way of doing it, simply because Thread.Sleep does not actually take as many milliseconds as you pass to the method as a parameter... read more

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