5 Ways To Query Data From Amazon DynamoDB using .NET Paid Members Public
Querying is an essential operation in DynamoDB. It allows you to filter and select items in your database based on your application and user needs. When moving over to DynamoDB from more traditional relational databases like SQL Server, you must understand the different ways you can retrieve data in DynamoDB.
NServiceBus on AWS SQS: Learn How to Quickly Get Started Paid Members Public
NServiceBus is a messaging framework provided by Particular Software, which makes it quick and easy to build message-driven applications. Learn how to quickly get started by building a sender/receiver using NServiceBus on AWS.
How To Build and Host ASP NET Core Applications on AWS Lambda Functions Paid Members Public
This article is sponsored by AWS and is part of my AWS Series. AWS Lambda is a compute service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. You can build application APIs on Lambda Function with API Gateways (REST or HTTP API) or Function URL’s. But what
Understand CORS and Learn How to Enable it for Your ASP NET API Paid Members Public
Cross Origin Resource Sharing or CORS in short is a W3C standard that allows a server to relax the same-origin policy. Learn more about CORS, how to enable it for an ASP NET Web API, Preflight requests and more.
Are You Using HttpClient in The Right Way? Paid Members Public
If not used correctly it's easy to run into socket exhaustion and DNS related issues with HttpClient in .NET Core. Learn how to identify these issues and how to use HttpClient class in the right way.
How To Easily Generate Data For SpecFlow Tests Paid Members Public
Automatically generate data using AutoFixture when writing SpecFlow tests.
Azure AD Custom Attributes and Optional Claims from an ASP.Net Application Paid Members Public
Adding and retrieving custom attributes from an Azure AD
ASP.NET Web API and External Login - Authenticating with Social Networks Paid Members Public
The ASP.NET Web API project created from the default template in Visual Studio 2013 comes with an option to choose the Authentication method. The 'Individual User Accounts' option of authorization will allow users of your API to authenticate using exisitng their exisitng social networks(Facebook, Twitter, Google or Microsoft)