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ASP.NET Core 3 - User Secrets. This article explains techniques for… | by Marcos Vinicios | Level Up Coding

ASP.NET Core 3 - User Secrets. This article explains techniques for… | by Marcos Vinicios | Level Up Coding

Marcos Vinicios - levelup.gitconnected.com

Usually, the settings are placed in the “appsettings.json” file, but there are settings that we don’t want to share in this file, like passwords. So the user secrets are used for that when we use the…

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Drawing a UML Diagram in the VS Code | by Joe T. Santhanavanich | Towards Data Science

Drawing a UML Diagram in the VS Code | by Joe T. Santhanavanich | Towards Data Science

Joe T. Santhanavanich - towardsdatascience.com

In Data Science Project, UML Diagram is very essential to illustrate a conceptual model of your problem domains with the component- or class diagrams; or to show how your machine and algorithm works…

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Why choose RepoDb ORM over Dapper | by Michael Pendon | Dev Genius

Why choose RepoDb ORM over Dapper | by Michael Pendon | Dev Genius

Michael Pendon - medium.com

An article that showcase the reason why should you choose RepoDb ORM over the other micro-ORMs.

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Introducing the OData Web API Authorization library

Introducing the OData Web API Authorization library

devblogs.microsoft.com

I would like to introduce the OData authorization library for Web API. Using the OData ModelBuilder, you can annotate your EDM model with permission restrictions that inform your API what permissions are required for which operations. These annotations are based on the OData Capabilities Vocabulary.

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Experimenting with OData in ASP.NET Core 3.1

Experimenting with OData in ASP.NET Core 3.1

devblogs.microsoft.com

A lot of developers have asked me recently about OData compatibility with ASP.NET Core 3.0 and again with .NET Core 3.1 after it’s very recent release. This demand became more and more critical with the recent announcement from the .NET team around .NET Core 2.2 reaching the end of its life on Dec 23rd of this year.

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Handling Multiple Resultsets. While not a very common usage scenario… | by Davide Mauri | Dapper .NET | Medium

Handling Multiple Resultsets. While not a very common usage scenario… | by Davide Mauri | Dapper .NET | Medium

Davide Mauri - medium.com

It may happen that you are interested in executing a batch of SQL commands whose results produce not only one resultset, but more than one. This helps to avoid doing additional roundtrips to the…

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Using Dapper in ASP.NET Core applications

Using Dapper in ASP.NET Core applications

gunnarpeipman.com

Using Dapper in ASP.NET Core applications by creating querying and repository classes. Discussion about complexities and solutions.

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Event-based Microservices: Error Handling | by George Vaughan | UserTesting Engineering | Medium

Event-based Microservices: Error Handling | by George Vaughan | UserTesting Engineering | Medium

George Vaughan - medium.com

Along with the advantages of event-based microservice systems comes the potential for errors. Handling these errors robustly is key to a successful project.

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CAP Theorem, PACELC, and Microservices

CAP Theorem, PACELC, and Microservices

ardalis.com

CAP Theorem generally applies to distribute databases. PACELC builds on CAP and describes system behavior when no network partition exists. Both of these can be applied in the context of microservices.

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Moving from Controllers and Actions to Endpoints with MediatR

Moving from Controllers and Actions to Endpoints with MediatR

ardalis.com

Controllers are dinosaurs - it's time to embrace Endpoints. The MVC pattern doesn't actually work as well for APIs as other options, like the Request-Endpoint-Response (REPR) pattern.

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