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Azure Pipelines Task Library Encoding Problem

For one of our customers, we use an Azure DevOps pipeline to read secrets from the Azure Key Vault and then write them into pipeline variables. During the operation, we encountered an encoding prob...

Cross Site Scripting (XSS) in ASP .NET Core

Cross Site Scripting (XSS) is an attack where attackers inject code into a website which is then executed. XSS is on place seven of the OWASP Top 10 list of 2017 but could be easily avoided. In thi...

Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) in ASP .NET Core

Cross Site Request Forgery, also known as session riding is an exploit where attackers trick users to send requests that they don’t know about and don’t want to do. It was on the OWASP Top 10 every...

Free Website Hosting with Azure

Last week, I talked about hosting your static website with Azure Static Web Apps. Today, I will extend this example using a free Cosmos DB for the website data and Azure Functions to retrieve them....

Repository Pattern in .NET Core

A couple of years ago, I wrote about the Repository and Unit of Work pattern. Although this post is quite old and not even .NET Core, I get many questions about it. Since the writing of the post, ....

Azure Static Web Apps

Azure Static Web Apps were announced at the Build conference this year and they allow you to host your static websites for free. You can use HTML, plain Javascript of front-end frameworks like Angu...

Set up Docker-Compose for ASP .NET Core 3.1 Microservices

In my last post, I described how to dockerize my microservices. To start the whole application, you have to start both microservices and RabbitMq. Today, I will add a docker-compose file which is a...

ASP .NET Core with HTTPS in Docker

In my last post, I dockerized my ASP .NET Core 3.1 microservices but the HTTPS connection didn’t work. Kestrel needs a certificate to process HTTPS requests. Today, I will show you how to create a ...

Dockerize an ASP .NET Core Microservice and RabbitMQ

In my last post, I added RabbitMQ to my two microservices which finished all the functional requirements. Microservices became so popular because they can be easily deployed using Docker. Today I w...

RabbitMQ in an ASP .NET Core 3.1 Microservice

In my last posts, I created two microservices using ASP .NET Core 3.1. Today, I will implement RabbitMQ, so the microservices can exchange data while staying independent. RabbitMQ can also be used ...