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Fetch - HTTP POST Request Examples

A quick set of examples to show how to send HTTP POST requests to an API using fetch
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Next.js - Required Checkbox Example with React Hook Form

This is a quick example of how to implement a required checkbox field in Next.js the React Hook Form library.
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Next.js - Form Validation Example with React Hook Form

This is a quick example of how to setup form validation in Next.js with the React Hook Form library.
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.NET 5.0 - Send an Email via SMTP with MailKit

This is a quick example of how to send an email in .NET 5.0 using the MailKit email client library.
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.NET 5.0 - Boilerplate API with Email Sign Up, Verification, Authentication & Forgot Password

How to build a boilerplate .NET 5.0 API that supports email sign up, verification, authentication, role based access control, forgot password, reset password and account management (CRUD) functionality.
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Next.js - Combined Add/Edit (Create/Update) Form Example

This is a quick example of how to build a form in Next.js with the React Hook Form library that supports both create and update modes.
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Next.js - Redirect to Login Page if Unauthenticated

A quick post to show how to redirect users to the login page in a Next.js front-end (React) app.
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Next.js - Basic HTTP Authentication Tutorial with Example App

How to build a simple full stack login application in Next.js that uses Basic HTTP Authentication.
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Next.js - Read/Write Data to JSON Files as the Database

This is a quick post to show how to manage (read/write) data in a JSON flat file with Next.js, it's useful for building example apps or for when you need to get up and running quickly before setting up a full database such as MongoDB, MySQL, SQL Server etc.
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React - How to Check if a Component is Mounted or Unmounted

This is a quick post to show how to track the mounted status of a React component so you can check if it's mounted or unmounted before performing certain actions.
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