OdeToCode | 11 Oct 2016 09:11
Scott Allen writes "....When larger companies with larger development teams ask me about ASP.NET Core, I generally frame the conversation in terms of risk and reward. Yes, there is a new architecture and yes, there are new features, but, when working on business..."
Read more » ASP.NET Core and the Enterprise: Part 1 Frameworks
OdeToCode | 05 Oct 2016 11:12
Scott Allen writes "....I’ve re-recorded my ASP.NET Core Fundamentals course for Pluralsight using the released bits of ASP.NET Core 1.0. I hope you enjoy the videos! In the future I’d like to record videos showing my opinionated approach to using ASP.NET on larger..."
Read more » Updated Videos For ASP.NET Core
OdeToCode | 04 Oct 2016 11:12
OdeToCode | 20 Sep 2016 09:12
Scott Allen writes "....There is an instant in time when an ASP.NET application is fully alive and configured but it still held in check and waiting for a signal from the starter’s gun. This moment exists between the lines of code in Program.cs, and it is here where I’ve..."
Read more » Database Migrations and Seeding in ASP.NET Core
OdeToCode | 13 Sep 2016 09:12
OdeToCode | 08 Sep 2016 09:12
Scott Allen writes "....I’ve been kicking around the idea of combining [HttpPost] and [ValidateAntiForgeryToken] in an application using authentication cookies. Both attributes typically appear together to prevent cross-site request forgeries in MVC applications using..."
Read more » Combining HttpPost and ValidateAntiForgeryToken
OdeToCode | 06 Sep 2016 09:12
Scott Allen writes "....ASP.NET Core might not use a complicated hierarchy of XML configuration files anymore, but if you host under IIS, then IIS and web.config are still the best of friends. There is some XML configuration required to run Core under IIS, specifically the..."
Read more » Don't Throw Away All Those web.config Settings
OdeToCode | 01 Sep 2016 09:12
OdeToCode | 30 Aug 2016 09:12
Scott Allen writes "....In some applications the Configure and ConfigureServices methods of Startup.cs can become unwieldy. It’s not complicated logic, but with all the middleware and services and options to configure, the methods become long and messy. I prefer to keep a..."
Read more » Keeping a Clean Startup.cs in Asp.Net Core
OdeToCode | 17 Aug 2016 09:12
Scott Allen writes "....The first course I ever made for Pluralsight was a LINQ Fundamentals course in 2008. I’ve received many great bits of feedback about the course over the last 8 years, but I’ve also learned a few things about teaching, presenting, and making courses..."
Read more » The New LINQ Fundamentals