The central idea around Blazor auth is for the UI system to be able to query the authentication state of the user and render different views. Blazor uses AuthenticationStateProvider to query this auth state via the AuthorizeView component.
Given the fact that there is no shortage of SPA frameworks and libraries like Angular, React, Vue, Knockout ad inifitum, for building the new frontend app for my app, I decided to go with Blazor.
I have a personal expense tracking app that for the last few months I’d been working to migrate away from MVC towards more modern client apps whilst reusing the backend code and logic.
A few weeks ago I came across this Mars Rover programming challenge/kata and being a bit of a space buff, I thought I will take a crack at it.
In this post I will share some of the TDD heuristics that I have found useful on when you should use mocking to verify interactions and when should you resort to state verification.
Recently a planned AWS Aurora database failover/master reboot caused database connection failures in one of our services which caused me to delve deeper into how MySql driver manages connections under the hood.
I recently migrated my ASP.NET Core 2.2 app to ASP.NET Core 3.1 so I thought I will document some experiences and learnings from this exercise. The ASP.NET Core 2.2 app … Continue reading Migrating ASP.NET Core 2.2 App to ASP.NET Core 3.1 on Azure App Services
“I’ve already written code once, now why I do need to repeat the same thing in text?”
Tracer Bullet Testing or Synthetic Transactions or Synthetic Monitoring is a way of testing your service/app in production where its supposed to run but without affecting users/clients/external systems.
Couple of days ago, we had an outage in one of our production APIs that’s built with ASP.NET Core 2.0 and all we got to see in all our logging … Continue reading Reporting Model Validation Errors in ASP.NET Core 2.0