Andrew Hoefling

Speaker | Mentor | Coder | Leader

Microsoft Build 2019 was this week and lots of big announcements are coming from Microsoft with what the future of .NET and the ecosystem of developer tools looks like. This year there was a HUGE announcement about the future of .NET with the introduction of .NET 5.

Deploying a .NET Framework WebJob to Azure is easy enough, but as of writing this blog the tooling is lacking for .NET Core. Many organizations are making it an initiative to migrate their .NET Framework projects to .NET Core which is a good idea. The tooling limitation for .NET Core WebJobs should not be a barrier, following this guide you will be able to deploy your .NET Core WebJobs to Azure

A how-to guide by a Developer for IIS and ASP.NET Core on Windows Server Core

Increasing performance on your Windows Server may be as easy as getting rid of the desktop enviornment, now your server is focusing more on running your apps instead of the desktop enviornment. 

When you set out to create a new web application in ASP.NET you have 2 major choices:

  • MVC
  • Web API

Today we are going to take a look at creating necessary APIs for user authentication.

  • ASP.NET Core Identity
  • Authentication
  • Saving Cookies
  • Generating Tokens
  • Create Scaffolding for Web API