Asp.NET Core is, well, the vNext of .NET. This category describes my adventures with the exciting new generation – wait, not only generation, but a PARADIGM – of Microsoft’s CLR that does what Java was supposed to do, and does it well.
According to Microsoft, ASP.NET Core is the open-source version of ASP.NET, that runs on macOS, Linux, and Windows. ASP.NET Core was first released in 2016 and is a re-design of earlier Windows-only versions of ASP.NET. With ASP.NET Core, you can:
Build web apps and services, IoT apps, and mobile backends.
Use your favorite development tools on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Deploy to the cloud or on-premises.
Run on .NET Core or .NET Framework.
So, in short, ASP.NET Core is a cross-platform, high-performance, open-source framework for building modern, cloud-based, Internet-connected applications.
This article describes how to configure your .NET Core application to serialize objects in camelCase instead of PascalCase. I guess this is another quick note – something that should be simple, but I couldn’t remember how to do it from the top of my head, and the solution turned out…Continue reading How to serialize to JSON in camelCase using .NET Core?
Sometimes you’ll need the default identity for your ASP.NET Core application, but want to disable the registration of new users. Sounds pretty basic, right? However, there’s actually no easy switch you can just flip to enable or disable said functionality. I went through a lot of different articles and ideas…Continue reading How to disable “Register” action in ASP.NET Core?