Tagged articles - MVC Core

Found 3 articles tagged with MVC Core

Mixed model binding in ASP.NET Core using custom model binders
IModelBinder interface implementations usage for multiple source model binding
 
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Patterns, conventions and standards are invented and enforced in order to make coding easier and more understandable for the developers, but in some cases certain patterns and conventions do not couple so easily and you have to rely on more on the actual technology you are using in order to overcome these complications. One of the cases this happens is using CQRS, especially commands and REST...read more
Why you should not use Authorize attributes to protect your API endpoints
Protecting ASP.NET Core WebAPI without using Authorize attribute
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Authentication is an essential component of pretty much any REST API. Most of the resources you expose through REST API services, unless they are protected inside intranet, need to be protected by some kind of authentication. This is pretty much clear and it is easy achieved by just simply decorating your controller actions or even whole controllers with Authorize or AllowAnonymous attributes. ...read more
Using DisplayName attribute for model validation output in ASP.NET MVC Core
Returning DisplayName attribute value in model validation response in MVC Core
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Model validation is an important part of request life-cycle and pipeline in MVC Core regardless whether you are building Web API project or ASP.NET MVC web application. Both project templates rely on the common ASP.NET Core platform therefore validation is pretty much the same in both type of projects. Because Web API and micro services are more popular nowadays, I am going to use Web API sample project to demonstrate how to modify validation response in MVC Web API Core project. ...read more

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