My OwaspHeaders.Core middleware hit version 184.108.40.206 recently. The new version uses a new way to set it's configuration: the builder pattern. So I thought I'd write a little about how the builder pattern works and how it is used by ASP NET Core and my middleware.
The entirety of .NET Core's history is available online. It is one of Microsoft's first completely open frameworks, in that all of the important decisions have been made in the open and the source is completely open. Some of the key Microsoft employees even host a weekly show about it's development.
I decided to take one of my open source projects (OwaspHeaders.Core - https://github.com/GaProgMan/OwaspHeaders.Core) and update the code a little. It had previously used a json for configuration, but after this stream it used the Builder Pattern
I recently wrote about ways to get an answer to questions on Stack Overflow. In this post, I'm going to look at the most common types of questions asked on Stack Overflow regarding .NET Core and ASP.NET Core. I'll also provide answers to these questions, too.
I've taken a look at the most commonly asked questions on Stack Overflow for both .NET Core and ASP.NET Core and thought I'd write up what would be my answers here. Which questions did I ask? You'll have to click through to find out.
My third twitch.tv live stream was titled “SPAs a-plenty”. The goal of my this stream was to talk through Feature Folders and add them to a pre-existing GitHub repo, then to consume them in a new project for that GitHub repo. Things didn't go entirely according to plan, but it still ended up pretty interesting (I think)
I recently upgraded dwCheckApi to .NET Core 2.0, but the deployment didn't go so well. Want to know why and how to avoid it happening to you? Then click through and read on.