Simple boilerplate ASP.NET Core 3.1 API that supports User Registration, Login and User Management. Uses SQLite in development & SQL Server in production and includes example client apps built with React, Angular & Vue.
I stumbled across the Dynamic LINQ Library today and can't figure out why more people aren't talking about it.
It's an awesome little library that allows you to dynamically generate LINQ expressions from strings, which is perfect for things like sorting collections by object property names passed as querystring parameters to web api controllers, it even allows you to sort by child object property names!
I got an email from a client today about an error happening in an application that I'd built with ASP.NET Web API 2.1. At first I thought they must be mistaken or doing something wrong on their end because their weren't any errors being reported by ELMAH which I'd configured in my WebApiConfig.cs file using the ElmahHandleErrorApiAttribute filter.
This post shows you how to create a custom authorization attribute which allows you to pass in a list of enums as parameters to restrict access by role. I'm using this attribute on the controllers of a RESTful Web API built with ASP.NET WEB API 2.
I recently set up an Instagram feed for a travel blog and found that the Instagram API only supplies the UTC created date/time of each image, and doesn't supply the user's UTC Offset (as the Twitter API does), so the only thing you have to work with are the latitude and longitude (lat/long) coordinates to find out the timezone and UTC Offset of where the image was posted.
This is an extension method for creating a checkbox list for a list of enum values (IList<Enum>).
It's a modified version of the CheckboxListForEnum extension method I found on the Xango project. Their version creates a checkbox list for a property that contains a single enum value.
In this post I'll show you how to install and configure the Altairis Web Security Toolkit in an MVC3 application. The Altairis Web Security Toolkit is a simple, easy to use ASP.NET Membership Provider with a clean table structure. It's much nicer to work with than the default ASP.NET Membership Provider.
I'm writing an application that uses NHibernate as the data layer, but is required to integrate with an existing Umbraco system. Specifically, I have a User class that needs to map to an Umbraco member.