Tagged articles - .NET Core

Found 32 articles tagged with .NET Core

Tracking data changes with Entity Framework Core
History/Audit of data changes using Entity Framework Core
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Tracing data changes can be beneficial in narrowing down the issue that may occur in production. If you are using Entity Framework Core you have several ways to store actions performed against your data... read more
Handling data concurrency in EF Core and ASP.NET Core WebAPI
Data concurrency in Entity Framework Core
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Entity Framework Core implements optimistic concurrency strategy which is opposite to pessimistic concurrency strategy. Lets's first clear out what are main differences between these two approaches in concurrency control. Optimistic concurrency control allows multiple processes to access and modify data without any explicit lock on the data... read more
Setting up Swagger to support versioned API endpoints in ASP.NET Core
Adding Swagger support for versioned REST Web API endpoints
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Versioning of your endpoints is important especially if you have 3rd party dependent clients of your REST API service. Any change in your endpoint, for example in data structure may impact clients even if it is backward compatible, clients may process your endpoint data in different ways, so even adding one additional property to your model may also impact functionality of the client which is consuming your endpoint. Prerequisites ... read more
Extending Serilog with additional values to log
Adding additional information to log in .NET Core application with Serilog
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If you are building .NET Core application your choice for logger library is most likely Serilog. It is really powerful and easy to use library which allows you easy logging in all levels in your application. One of the best features it has is easy extending of the data you want to have in your logs... read more
Logging EF Core actions to a file using Serilog
Log Entity Framework Core using Serilog in .NET Core application
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Logging is an essential part of the application. It gives you insights which allows you to see your application behavior or even user behaviour and actions taken by them in the application.Serilog is most probably the most popular library for logging in .NET Core applications... read more
Different ways to auto-generate Docker image tags
Various ways to auto-generate Docker image tags and use latest tag
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Tagging Docker images is important to keep track of versions of the service running and to easily roll back in case of faulty behavior of the application. The version strategy which is the most clear and understandable is tagging image with version of the application for example ... read more
Simple script for building and publishing .NET Core application to Docker
Build and publish .NET Core application to Docker container or Kubernetes
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Recently I wanted to try to spin up a simple .NET Core application on my local cluster which I built in my previous article Manual setup of Kubernetes cluster on a Virtual Machine with kubeadm. The problem I had is that I needed to test applications in this cluster and deploy them as service in order to monitor potential issues behavior. As deployment of Kubernetes service needs an image to pull from, I decided to use dockerhub to push my test images, but they first needed to be created. ... read more
Creating Windows service and Linux daemon with the same code base in .NET
Cross-platform service with C# and .NET Framework
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Few months back I wrote an article on how to create Linux daemon in .NET Core using generic host class introduced in 2.1 version of .NET Core. This code works just great on Linux OS when configured as a daemon in systemd and provides more less same concept you would have with Windows Service written in .NET Framework 4.x. The code works just fine on both Windows and Linux hosts, but because it is compiled as a Console Application, you do not really get to run it on your Windows machine as a Service... read more
Minify ASP.NET MVC Core response using custom middleware and pipeline
Html response content minification on the fly in ASP.NET Core
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For my website, since it runs on Umbraco 6 and it is basically ASP.NET MVC application. To reduce load time and increase website performances I decided to alternate the response of the application and minify it using simple regular expression. Initially I was trying to do this with YUI Compressor library which has .NET port as NuGet YUICompressor.NET which works fine in most of the cases, but in my case does not skip PRE tags which I use for code snippets on the website... read more
Background working scheduled task in ASP.NET Core MVC application
Using Quartz for scheduling background tasks in .NET Core MVC applications
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Caching common data like lookups for example in memory of your app can increase significantly your MVC web application performances and response time. Of course this data has to be periodically refreshed. You can use various approaches to refresh data including expiry, but this can create potential bottle necks in your application since once data expires, you will use request thread to pull the data, cache and serve the request response back... read more
Simple pixel conversion tracking implementation in ASP.NET Core WebApi
Conversion tracking implementation using pixel method in ASP.NET Core
 
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Pixel tracking, although it is the oldest method for tracking conversions in marketing, it is still used widely and some big companies like Facebook are still overing it as one of the methods for tracking the conversions of on your web pages. Tracking conversion via pixel method is still widely used because of it's simplicity... read more
Request Filtering in ASP.NET Core using Middleware and request pipeline
Filter requests in ASP.NET Core application through request pipeline configuration
 
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ASP.NET Core comes with advanced request processing thrugh pipepline configuretion of the .NET Core middleware elements. You can easily specify the steps that will be exscuted on the request object all the way until the response is returned back... read more
How to get client IP Address in ASP.NET Core 2
Fetching client IP address in ASP.NET Core
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As ASP.NET was evolving, there were different ways accessing client IP address from the request. The way to do it WebForms and MVC Web application is simply accessing request of the current HTTP context ... read more
Differences in Time Zone Formats in .NET Core on Windows and Linux host
Overcoming TimeZoneInfo load problem on different operating systems in .NET Core
 
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Recently I was working on converting DateTime value to a different time zone because the servers are running in a different time zone than the database where data is stored. Storing DateTime values in UTC time zone is the best practice, so simple DateTime.ToUniversalTime method call solves the problem. But what in case you need to save in the specific timezone and your different server where you application is running on... read more
Different ways to set environment variable for .NET Core application
How to setup environment value for .NET Core application on Linux host
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.NET Core comes with a great feature for loading different config file based on the environment. Environment is picked up from the host environment variables whether that is Windows on Linux based OS... read more

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