In this post I’ll show you how to set up Azure App Configuration and use it with your ASP.NET Core application hosted as Azure App Service. Additionally we will use the most secure authentication protocol which is Azure Managed Identity. Keep reading!
Today I’ll show you how to pass a JWT Bearer authentication token to your ASP.NET Core 6.0 web application by appending it to the url query string. And all this is possible using just few lines of code
Recently I stumbled upon a problem that a CSS file was not minified on production in my ASP.NET MVC 5 web application. Moreover the error saying “Minification failed. Returning unminified contents.” was added to the CSS content. It turned out that it’s an old, known issue and in this post I will show you how I fixed it.
Hosting is how you get you ASP.NET application up and running. And ASP.NET Core is just bunch of libraries host in you own process. It’s not provide a hosting – user have to take care of providing hosting process.
As you may already notice ASP.NET Core is using project.json files to controls almost all aspects of the project. It contains lot of section (which I will describe bellow) with full support of intellisense. That file is also synchronized with Solution Explorer – removing referenced from file will automatically update References node in Solution Explorer. Here is the list of pro…