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OAuth 2.0
Implement the OAuth 2.0 Authorization Code with PKCE Flow · Dec 19, 2019

This tutorial shows you how to migrate from the OAuth 2.0 Implicit flow to the more secure Authorization Code with PKCE flow.

User Authentication and Identity with Angular, Asp.Net Core and IdentityServer · Dec 19, 2019

In this post, we'll build an authentication and authorization flow based on the implicit grant type using OAuth2 and OpenID Connect protocols to authenticate an Angular SPA client against IdentityServer4 with the ultimate goal of making authorized requests against a protected ASP.NET Core Web API.

Stop Using Avast and AVG Plugins Right Now · Dec 05, 2019

Two browsers have yanked Avast and AVG online security extensions from their web stores after a report revealed that they were unnecessarily sucking up a ton of data about users’ browsing history.

.NET Core
Announcing .NET Core 3.1 – .NET Blog · Dec 05, 2019

We’re excited to announce the release of .NET Core 3.1. It’s really just a small set of fixes and refinements over .NET Core 3.0,...

Angular Currency Pipe & Formatting Currency In Angular | Angular Wiki · Nov 28, 2019

Angular Currency Pipe is one of the bulit in pipe in Angular used to format currency value according to given country code,currency,decimal,locale information.

SQL Server
Understanding Numerical Data Types in SQL · Nov 19, 2019

Want to know how cover the numeric and decimal data types of ANSI SQL and examine some functions that convert data from one type to another? Find out!

Dapper vs. EF Core - Which is Faster? · Nov 17, 2019

Let's find out if EF Core has gotten any better in the performance department, or if Dapper is still king of the ORM jungle. Sample project included!

Setting up Serilog in ASP.NET Core 3 · Nov 10, 2019

TL; DR: I’ve put down everything I can think of about getting set up for successful production diagnostics using Serilog and ASP.NET Core.

Untrack files already added to git repository based on .gitignore · Nov 09, 2019

Let’s say you have already added/committed some files to your git repository and you then add them to your .gitignore; these files will still be present in your repository index. This article we will see how to get rid of them.

Build a Svelte App (That Magic Framework You Heard About) · Nov 05, 2019

SvelteJS rethinks reactivity and frameworks—but how? This simple Svelte 3 tutorial has the answers. Have a look!