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DotNet Core Domain Redirect Custom Middleware

A few days ago, I was asked to create a custom middleware, that can redirect from one domain to another from code, in an asp.net core 3 application. In this article, we are going to recreate that middleware step by step.

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Starting with Terraform as a Software Developer – Part 2

After learning the basics of Terraform from the tutorial, I wanted to know more. What else can it do, and how can I utilize those features in my projects. Having experience with other programming languages, I suspected there are other features, and I went hungry for it. The Cans and Cants in Terraform After poking […]

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Starting with Terraform as a Software Developer – Part 1

Useful Tips for Software Developers Starting Out with Terraform.

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Infinite API Call Problem Using React, Redux, and Thunk.

Why does the app send the same API request over and over again? It should do it only once. You use Redux, so as soon as it receives the data, it should be all done?

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Review of “Learn TDD in 24 hours” on Udemy [2018]

What is Test-Driven Development (TDD)? Test-driven development is all about writing code that you trust, maintainable, and you won’t call it legacy code straight out of the box. It means you write the test first and then you start to write code. In contrast with common beliefs, you save time with this technique because you […]

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ASP.NET MVC 5 Custom “Static” Razor Pages

This post is one of the ASP.NET MVC 5 Custom Routes series. The problem You can usually identify this problem when you are creating a lot of custom routes for each one of your empty controller actions. If you follow this antipattern you will end up with an endless RouteConfig.cs , that will point to […]

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ASP.NET MVC 5 Custom Routes

How do you handle your routing in your web application? Do you use all the time the default routing rule? routes.MapRoute( name: “Default”, url: “{controller}/{action}/{id}”, defaults: new { controller = “Home”, action = “Index”, id = UrlParameter.Optional } ); Or do you write your own rules for custom functionality when you want something different for […]

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Convert .NET Core library to .NET Standard library

Today I just made a mistake to create a library as a .NETCoreApp1.1 Class Library while I really meant to create a .NetStandard Class Library. It is not a big deal if you realise this before you would start to write a lot of code in it, because you can just delete it and recreate […]

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XSD to C# Model for XMLSerializer with xsd.exe

Today I just faced a situation where I have got a huge XSD library to use for service integration. Because I suspected it won’t be a small task to write by myself and honestly I never had to do this before I started to look for an automated solution. Being a lazy programmer and having […]

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JavaScript VS C# ( Google distance API )

To use Google’s DistanceMatrix API and do some calculations with JavaScript is easy. Try the same with C#! Nice, quick, and dirty. Start with JavaScript I was (and I am still) playing with a code that can do some math based on a distance between 2 locations. Because Google supports JavaScript it is really easy […]