Improve application startup time with EF Core compiled models
This post is about improving EF Core performance with compiled models. EF Core compiled models feature introduced in EF Core 6.0 which will provide both better startup performance, as well...
Improving EF Core performance with Compiled Queries
This post is about improving EF Core performance with Compiled queries. From EF Core 2.0 onwards, EF Core supports compiled...Continue reading
Implementing CRUD operations with ASP.NET Core Web API and Mongo DB
This post is about implementing CRUD operations with ASP.NET Core Web API and Mongo DB. In this post I am...Continue reading
Implementing Authentication in Azure Static Web Apps - Part 2
In the last post we discussed about implementing the authentication in Static Web App Free Plan. For Standard plan, we can use our own client Id and client secret of the social provider. Using your own client Id and client secret will help you to avoid the Azure concent screen once you logged into the app. Something like this.
Implementing Authentication in Azure Static Web Apps - Part 1
This post is about implementing authentication in Azure Static Web Apps. Azure Static Web Apps is a service that automatically builds and deploys full stack web apps to Azure from a code repository. Similar to Azure App Service, Azure Static Web App offers authentication out of the box. The service offers five authentication providers - Azure AD, Twitter, GitHub, Google, and Facebook, out of the five, two of them, Google and Facebook are in preview mode. In this post we will explore the Static web app running on Free Plan. For Standard plan we need to configure the social provider client Id, client secret and callback URIs. For Free plan there is no configuration required.
Automated versioning and package publishing using GitHub Actions
This post is about implementing versioning and publishing docker images and nuget packages using GitHub Actions. I am not explaining about semantic versioning. There is already a lot of content explaining about these things.
How to Create and Publish a NuGet Package with dotnet CLI
This post is about how to Create and Publish a NuGet Package with dotnet CLI. We will also look into how to publish the nuget package to nuget.org.
Publish docker images to GitHub Container Registry (ghcr)
This post is about how to publish docker images to GitHub Container Registry. GitHub offers a container registry where we can publish docker images as public and private.