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 post describes how to get the currently logged-in user using ASP.NET Core. This is compared with how it’s done in ASP.NET Framework. Background In ASP.NET Core (and .NET Core in general), a lot of things are done a bit differently than what you might be used to if you’re…Continue reading Current User in ASP.NET Core
Google is shutting down their Facebook killer, Google+. While I’m sure there are at least 10 end-users that are sad to see the ill-fated not-that-social-medium go, the implications for Software Developers actually could be far more far-reaching. A lot of implementations of Google’s OAuth seem to rely on Google Plus’s…Continue reading Google Plus is shutting down – fix your .NET OAuth flow!