Issuer and SecurityKey To generate Jwt Security Token in asp.net core, we have to declare variables that are required for the token to be generated based on. Those variables are Issuer and SigningKey, we can put these variables in appsettings.json so we can read it later. JwtBearerAuthentication Now to add jwtbearer middleware, we need toContinue reading “asp .net core Jwt Security Token”
ASP .NET Core To dockerize your existing ASP.NET Core application, you need to install docker first. This article will explain on how to leverage docker-compose. To do development inside a docker container, you need to create a docker image. Let’s open a terminal and create a directory to put our project files, call it aspnetdocker. ThenContinue reading “how to dockerize asp.net core application”
We’ll make a simple WPF application that consumes a web api. The WPF app is called IDX_NEWS, and the features are : fetching news announcement and view the details from http://www.idx.co.id. IDX API Before begin developing we need to check the website first, go to this url and while the website is loading press F12Continue reading “Cosuming Rest API in a WPF Application.”
There is a lof of good libraries to consume JSON API in C#, we can search for rest client in nuger.org. First item on the search result is RestSharp, a simple REST and Http API client. You can also use System.Net.Http.HttpClient as it is a base for sending http requests and receiving http responses providedContinue reading “Cosuming JSON Rest API in C#”
The angular template from dotnet cli is using the angular v4.4.6 LTS version. So we cannot use the latest angular v.5 APIs. After creating the angular components in earlier post now we need to write each component, if you use VSCode or Visual Studio this will be easy because the editor will provide intellisense forContinue reading “Angular 2 application with asp.net core API – Part 2”
To develop web application with Angular 2 and ASP .NET Core API we can use a builtin template that’s provide from the dotnet CLI (command line interface) by typing dotnet new angular but before you do that you need to make a new folder where you’ll put all your project files. Don’t forget to runContinue reading “Angular 2 application with asp.net core API”
To do sorting with List<T> of your own object type you need to implement IComparable<T> interface into the class itself. So when you have a List of the object you can easily call listOfObject.Sort() to sort the content of that list. For example: imagine you have a Class Schedule for work schedule and that classContinue reading “c#: Sorting List of Complex Type or an Object using IComparable”
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