ASP.NET 6.0 is a Long Term Support Version (supported for three years). The previous version, .NET Core 3.1 support will be finalized in December 2022, and support for .NET 5 will be ended May 2022. This article explains how to update an existing ASP.NET Core 3.1 project to ASP.NET Core 6.0.
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Posted On: 28-Jun-2022 23:52
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Some time we need to access/get few response values from cookies returned by api service provider or some auth provider. To solved this problem .net providing HttpClientHandler.CookieContainer and can be pass as handler argument in HttpClient. In this article we will see in detail.
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Posted On: 18-Jan-2022 05:53
Brian
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In this article, we will solve complex aggregation with three collections. These three collections are having relationship as many-to-one-to-one. We will see uses of different pipelines like - $lookup, $unwind, $group, $replaceRoot and many more using MongoDB.Driver.
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Posted On: 30-Aug-2021 05:40
Rahul M...
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As a teacher, you can post or publish objective type questions via Question Sets on NiceOneCode. It's easy, private and free. It's kind of online test or quiz on given number of questions within a time frame. Once you post or publish a online test, you can track the number of students who responded with number of attempted questions and more.
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Posted On: 07-Jun-2021 05:59
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Want to publish your technical passions, your technical ways, create a unique and beautiful blog on NiceOneCode. It’s easy and free. Your blogs get included in article searches, search engine indexing, discussions and all features of regular articles.
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.Net Core 2.0 and higher version has native method String.Replace that supports StringComparison. The StringComparison has the OrdinalIgnoreCase property and it treats the characters in the strings to compare as if they were converted to uppercase (using the conventions of the invariant culture) and then it performs a simple byte comparison and it is independent of language. This is most useful when replacing strings that are generated programmatically or when comparing case-insensitive resources such as paths and filenames.
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Posted On: 27-May-2021 06:08
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The StringComparison has the OrdinalIgnoreCase property and treats the characters in the strings to compare as if they were converted to uppercase (using the conventions of the invariant culture) and then it performs a simple byte comparison and it is independent of language. This is most useful when comparing strings that are generated programmatically or when comparing case-insensitive resources such as paths and filenames.
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Posted On: 27-May-2021 06:07
Smith
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In this post, we have covered the issue of Outlook 2016 missing emails. We have provided the reasons behind this problem. We have also provided ways to resolve the issue and recover the lost Outlook emails. Sometimes, Outlook users complain that they can’t see some emails in their Inbox. This sudden disappearance of emails in Outlook 2016 not only leads to frustration but also hampers the work. So, what causes this problem and how can you recover the missing Outlook emails?
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Posted On: 25-Mar-2021 07:18
Brian
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Microsoft released .NET 5.0 on 10th November, 2020. It's major release .NET family and an unification of .NET and .NET Core Frameworks. It's big release that the next release after .NET Core 3.0. .NET 5 is the next step forward with .NET Core. There will be now one .NET going forward, and we will be able to use it to target Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, Android, tvOS, watchOS and WebAssembly and more.
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Posted On: 17-Feb-2021 05:25
Rahul M...
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There are major changes in tinymce 5. It this article we will migrate file manager integration in to tinymce 5. Url dialogs (earlier tinymce.activeEditor.windowManager.open) are now supported using tinymce.activeEditor.windowManager.openUrl function.
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Posted On: 26-Dec-2020 22:03
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