Introducing the Reliable Web App Pattern for .NET

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Introducing the Reliable Web App Pattern for .NET

The first step of your application's cloud journey often times is the most difficult. We've created the Reliable Web App pattern to help you out. In this article you'll learn about the overall pattern and some easy code changes you can make today to get your app ready for its cloud journey.

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Validating Connection Strings on .NET Startup

Using ValidateOnStart to test connections to connection string configuration settings.

Disabling Controller methods in ASP.NET Core

In this post I’m going to demonstrate how to globally disable controller Methods using ASP.NET Core.

Minimal API Discovery

I've been posting and making videos about ideas I've had for discovering Minimal APIs instead of mapping them all in Program.cs for a while. I've finally codified it into an experimental nuget package. Let's talk about how it works.

Create a .NET MAUI app integrating with the Microsoft Graph SDK

Get hands-on with .NET MAUI by building a cross-platform app on Windows that leverages the Microsoft Graph SDK to display user data.

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