Posted by Anuraj on Saturday, March 10, 2018 Reading time :1 minute
This post is about deleting Azure Active directory. Sometimes you can’t remove your Azure Active Directory, because of the users and / or applications created or synced on it. So you can’t remove the users from Azure Portal.
Posted by Anuraj on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Reading time :2 minutes
This post is about consuming webhooks in ASP.NET Core. A WebHook is an HTTP callback: an HTTP POST that occurs when something happens; a simple event-notification via HTTP POST. From ASP.NET Core 2.1 preview onwards ASP.NET Core supports WebHooks. As usual, to use WebHooks, you need to install package for WebHook support. In this post I am consuming webhook from GitHub. So you need to install Microsoft.AspNetCore.WebHooks.Receivers.GitHub. You can do it like this.
Posted by Anuraj on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 Reading time :3 minutes
ASP.NET Core Angular CodeProject Azure Kudu
This post is about deploying you Angular application to Azure App service. Unlike earlier versions of Angular JS, Angular CLI is the preferred way to develop and deploy Angular applications. In this post I will show you how to build a CI/CD pipeline with GitHub and Kudu, which will deploy your Angular application to an Azure Web App. I am using ASP.NET Core Web API application, which will be the backend and Angular application is the frontend.
Posted by Anuraj on Sunday, February 4, 2018 Reading time :1 minute
ASP.NET Angular CodeProject
This post is how to implement anti forgery validation with ASP.NET MVC and Angular. The anti-forgery token can be used to help protect your application against cross-site request forgery. To use this feature, call the AntiForgeryToken method from a form and add the ValidateAntiForgeryTokenAttribute attribute to the action method that you want to protect.
Posted by Anuraj on Sunday, January 28, 2018 Reading time :1 minute
Posted by Anuraj on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 Reading time :1 minute
.NET Core Code coverage Visual Studio
This post is about Measuring code coverage of .NET Core applications with Visual Studio. Test coverage is a measure used to describe the degree to which the source code of a program is executed when a particular test suite runs. A program with high test coverage, measured as a percentage, has had more of its source code executed during testing which suggests it has a lower chance of containing undetected software bugs compared to a program with low test coverage.
Posted by Anuraj on Monday, January 8, 2018 Reading time :3 minutes
ASP.NET Core PWA Progressive Web App
This post is about building Progressive Web Apps or PWA with ASP.NET Core. Progressive Web App (PWA) are web applications that are regular web pages or websites, but can appear to the user like traditional applications or native mobile applications. The application type attempts to combine features offered by most modern browsers with the benefits of mobile experience.