Dependency Injection (DI) is a software design pattern that is a technique for achieving Inversion of Control (IoC) between classes and their dependencies. According to IoC, the direction of dependency within the application should be in the direction of abstraction, not implementation details. Dependency Injection (DI) makes loosely coupled application that provides greater maintainability, test-ability and also re-usability. ASP.NET Core has built-in support for dependency injection (DI).
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Posted On: 04-May-2019 01:45
Rahul M...
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API Versioning is very important and it should be implemented in every API application. In this artilcle, we will use different availeble options for versioning in .NET Core API Application.
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Posted On: 09-Mar-2019 03:17
Smith
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A Countdown Timer is used to show how much time left from an event. Say we have an event which is going to start after two days. A Countdown Timer will display a counter saying days , hours , minutes and seconds left for the event to happen or the campaign to end. Earlier, I had written a blog on this with single event but now I'm exploring it with multiple events in single page.
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Posted On: 02-Feb-2019 21:26
Rahul M...
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If your application using ASP.NET Core 2.0 API and hosted to an Azure App Service, then you might run into an issue where it takes a process request longer than two minutes to complete. You’ll typically get a 502 Bad Gateway error from IIS server and you need to increase request timeout.
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Posted On: 26-Jan-2019 07:51
Rahul M...
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According to Microsoft's announcement, .NET Core 3.0 is a major update which adds support for building Windows desktop applications using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Forms, and Entity Framework 6 (EF6). ASP.NET Core 3.0 enables client-side development with Razor Components. It will support for Azure Cosmos DB (EF Core 3.0), C# 8 and .NET Standard 2.1 and much more! Developer can develop .NET Core 3 applications with Visual Studio 2019 Preview 1, and Visual Studio Code. It will be supported in a later version of Visual Studio for Mac.
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Posted On: 23-Dec-2018 06:06
Smith
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NiceOneCode Provides live discussion, to post a new live discussion or participate in a discussion, first you'll need to login (http://www.niceonecode.com/Login) to NiceOneCode, then go to Discussion menu select Live Discussion.
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Posted On: 08-Oct-2018 06:41
NiceOne...
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WAP to Print the Double Pyramid Pattern
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Posted On: 18-Aug-2018 04:58
reena
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In the default/normal nlog configuration, log files generated on the daily basis and never delete. If you want only x days's log files exists and other truncated then you need to use the nlog archive configuration.
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Posted On: 24-Jul-2018 02:53
Smith
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To improve your chances of getting an answer, here are few tips and guidelines. Before posting question search and research, keep your findings. Write a title that encapsulates the specific problem
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Posted On: 07-Jul-2018 21:45
NiceOne...
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I have come across the problem converting multiple rows values to a comma separated values while doing development. Finally I have sorted this problem. So I have decided to write an blog on this.
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Posted On: 13-May-2018 06:55
Brian
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