Working with Feature Flags in ASP.NET Core

This post is about Feature Flags in ASP.NET Core. Feature Flags (often also referred to as Feature Flags) are a powerful technique, allowing developers to modify system behaviour without changing code. Long back I wrote a blog post on implementing feature toggle with ASP.NET Core. Now Microsoft supports feature management...


Working with Azure App Configuration in ASP.NET Core

This post is about Azure App Configuration and how to use it with ASP.NET Core applications. Azure App Configuration service helps developers to manage application settings and feature flags centrally for the applications running on cloud. Use App Configuration to store all the settings for your application and secure their...


Customize Create and initialize field option in Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio

This post is Customize Create and initialize field refactoring option in Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio. When you add a parameter to a constructor, VS Code and Visual Studio gives an option to Create and initialize field. But if you haven’t configured any custom naming conventions, it will create...


How to use Bootstrap style validation in ASP.NET Core

This post is about using Bootstrap 4 style validation in ASP.NET Core. By default ASP.NET Core validation messages will be displayed in the bottom of the invalid control. And even if we are using bootstrap, the validation styles won’t be applied. In this post I will explain how to configure...


Write your first GitHub action - Part 3

In the last post we learned about deploying a NuGet package to nuget.org using dotnet nuget push command. In this post, we will learn how to deploy an ASP.NET Core Web API application to Azure App Service. For deploying web apps to Azure App services, Microsoft introduced an Action, we...


Write your first GitHub action - Part 2

In the last post we learned about working with GitHub actions and creating a CI workflow for our dotnet core application. In this post, we will learn how to deploy the middleware to nuget.org using dotnet nuget push command. The dotnet pack command helps you to create nuget package from...


Write your first GitHub action - Part 1

GitHub Actions makes it easy to automate all your software workflows. GitHub actions is still in Beta and it is free for Open source projects. This post is writing your first GitHub action for implementing continuous integration for a dotnet core application. Similar to Azure DevOps or Travis CI, it...