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  • CRUD Operation In Angular - Angular + Core 2.0 CRUD Operation - Part TwoApr 11, 2018. In my previous post (Part I), I explained how to do Database first in .Net Core 2.0 and we created Employee Web API by Database first approach.
  • Learn About Xamarin.Forms PopupApr 08, 2018. I am here with a new post on (Rg.Plugins.Popup).
  • Single Page Application Using ASP.NET Core - AngularMar 31, 2018. In this post, we are going to create a Single Page Application (SPA) with AngularJS and ASP.Net Core. We will use Angular-UI-Router for our application routing instead of MVC routing.
  • Implementing Guard In Angular 5 AppMar 27, 2018. In this post, we are going to implement Guard, which helps us to restrict users to access some pages if they haven’t logged in to our application, in Angular 5.
  • Pre-Deployment And Post-Deployment Script - SQL Database ProjectMar 20, 2018. In this article, we will learn Pre-Deployment And Post-Deployment Script on SQL Database Project.
  • Using SWITCH On A Single PartitionMar 12, 2018. Several months ago, I was looking at a question posted on ask.sqlservercentral.com. I discovered an answer to a question regarding how to move a large amount of data around quickly. The solution was related to an aspect of table partitioning that I was not aware of. If you aren’t familiar with partitions in SQL Server, you can “divide” up a table into different segments or partitions. Often this is found in large tables (think millions/billions of rows) in order to quickly and efficiently move data around. Moving partitions around is a meta-data operation which is what makes it so efficient.
  • Authentication Using Facebook In ASP.NET Core 2.0Mar 06, 2018. In this article we are going to look into authentication of ASP.NET Core app using a Facebook account.
  • Learn About API Authorization In Node.jsMar 05, 2018. In this post, we are going to secure our NodeJS APIs with customized security token generated by the logged in users and HTTP actions.
  • Learn MongoDB With Me - Part TwoMar 02, 2018. This is the second article of the series “Learn MongoDB with Me,” and if you haven’t read my previous post on this topic, I strongly recommend you find it here. This is a continuation of exploring the Mongo shells. We will be performing some commands on the Mongo shells. For easy reference I will try to add screenshots for each of the steps I am following. I hope it will help you to come along with me. Thanks for reading.
  • SharePoint Developer Tools - How To Test And Debug SharePoint Rest API Endpoints (Post Requests)Feb 28, 2018. In this article we will see how to use Fiddler as a debugging & testing tool for SharePoint REST API EndPoints.
  • jqGrid In ASP.NET C# Using Post RequestFeb 26, 2018. In this article, you can see that I have used all the functionality of jqGrid (eg. Searching, sorting, paging, filtering, etc) and also maintain its state after post back. It will be very useful and easy once you go through it.
  • Import And Export Data Using EPPlus.CoreFeb 19, 2018. In this post, we will see how we can import and export excel data in Asp.net Core. We are using EPPlus.Core library which helps us to perform import and export operations. I hope you will like it.
  • How To Get Started With Always Encrypted For Beginners - Part TwoFeb 12, 2018. In this post we will pick up where we left off in Part 1, if you haven’t read that please go back and do so. Now that we have encrypted our columns, it’s time to take a look at how we decrypt them inside SQL Server Management Studio or through our applications. You’ll be surprised to see how easy it is.
  • Generate Word Document Using C#Feb 11, 2018. In this post, we will learn how to use DocX library to create a Word document from Visual Studio using C# language.
  • ASP.NET Core 2.1 Features - Part OneFeb 09, 2018. In this post, we will see some of the top features of ASP.NET Core 2.1.
  • Node.js Package Manager VS2017Feb 08, 2018. In this post, we are going to explore how to manage front-end dependencies with NodeJS sample web application using Visual Studio 2017.
  • Facebook Login Setup In .Net Core(2.0) - Step By Step GuideFeb 05, 2018. In this post, we will see how to add Facebook Login in your .Net Core project.
  • Creating Reusable Web Component And Using It With AngularFeb 03, 2018. In this post, I want to talk about the web components (Reusable) and why they are very useful to an organization, especially a large organization.
  • Hello World Android Application Using KotlinFeb 01, 2018. Google officially announced Kotlin as a first class language for Android development at Google I/O 2017. From Android Studio 3.0, Kotlin is included as Support for Android Studio. In this post, we will learn Kotlin for the development of Android applications in Android Studio.
  • ASP.NET Core 2.0 IdentityJan 30, 2018. In a previous post, I showed how to use cookie authentication middleware to protect your web application. ASP.NET Core also provides a richer set of services, called Identity, to work with user authentication and management scenarios. For instance, in addition to authentication and password hashing, it provides features for registering new users, creating forgot & reset password tokens and their validation, two-factor authentication and authentication using external providers.
  • Continuous Integration Using TeamCity And Docker For ASP.NET CoreJan 29, 2018. Please read the previous posts before continuing with this one. I have discussed the basics of Docker and shown how to deploy simple and multiple applications using Docker. In this post, I will use the code from the first post and demonstrate the continuous integration with TeamCity.
  • Linq To Excel In ActionJan 29, 2018. In this post, we will demonstrate how we use LinqToExcel library to query data from Excel.
  • ASP.NET Core Apps In Docker Swarm Deployed To AzureJan 24, 2018. In the previous post, I deployed a Docker Swarm on VMs setup on my local PC, which is fine for testing. In this post I’ll deploy the same services on a Docker Swarm hosted in Azure using “Docker EE for Azure”. Let’s start.
  • How To Start With Node.jsJan 22, 2018. In this post, we will learn about NodeJS. This is the startup post for those who are interested to work with NodeJS but are confused about how to start.
  • ASP.NET Core 2.0 - Implementing A Third Party Web APIJan 22, 2018. A common task for a developer when working with or building an application is implementing and interacting with APIs. In this post we will look at what an API is. We will then move onto creating our own .NET Core 2.0 Web API that implements a 3rd party Web API.
  • Step By Step Installation Of .NET Core 2.0Jan 22, 2018. In my previous post, I have explained how to set up for .Net Core 2.0 which you can find here. But in that post, it mainly focuses on how to do the setup if you already have .Net Core. So in this post, I will explain how to install .Net core 2.0(Without having Core 1.0) on your machine.
  • Enabling Swagger In Your .NET Core 2.0 Application - A Step By Step GuideJan 19, 2018. If you have ever worked with APIs, then you might be familiar with Swagger. If you have not heard about Swagger, then this post will help you know the basics of Swagger and the steps to configure Swagger with your .NET Core 2.0 application.
  • Database First In .Net Core 2.0 CRUD Operation - Part OneJan 17, 2018. In my previous post, I have explained how to create an Angular 5 application in Visual Studio 2017 using .NET Core templates which you can find here.
  • Custom Model Binding In ASP.NET Core 2.0Jan 17, 2018. In an earlier post I discussed how to prevent insecure object references by encrypting the internal references (e.g. table primary keys) using Data Protection API. To avoid duplication of code that encrypts/decrypts on every controller I used filters in that example. In this post I’ll use another complimentary technique: custom model binding.
  • Install Windows 10 IoT Core And Remote Login On Raspberry Pi 3Jan 12, 2018. Windows 10 IoT Core is a version of Windows 10 that is optimized for smaller devices with or without a display, and that runs on the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3, Arrow DragonBoard 410c & MinnowBoard MAX. Windows 10 IoT Core utilizes the rich, extensible Universal Windows Platform (UWP) API for building great solutions. If you're new to Windows 10 IoT, this post will go through how to get Windows 10 IoT installed on a Raspberry Pi 3.
  • Singleton Design Pattern In C# - Part OneJan 08, 2018. I always wanted to write about Singleton design pattern in C#. Though there already are many posts available on Singleton design pattern, I’ll try to cover this topic in the most simplistic and easy to understand way.
  • User Specific Notifications Using ASP.NET MVC And SignalRJan 03, 2018. In this post, we are going to explore how to implement user-based notification using ASP.Net MVC & SignalR.
  • Hide The Running Batch File Using Visual Basic ScriptJan 02, 2018. This how-to article is straightforward and to the point. In this post, you will learn how to run batch files in hidden mode.
  • Integrating SharePoint And OneDrive? Check This Post Out!Jan 02, 2018. We all are well aware of the fact that Microsoft has an extensive selection of cloud-based digital storage options. Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft OneDrive are the two most popular terms buzzing across the globe. Recently, the tech Giant has encouraged its end users to combine OneDrive for business and SharePoint, and here’s why!
  • Getting Started With React ProgrammingJan 01, 2018. React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It was developed by Facebook to facilitate building with interactive, stateful and reusable UI components.
  • Floating Chat Heads Using Android ApplicationDec 19, 2017. We all love the chat head or chat bubbles from the popular Facebook Messanger. This provides very handy and easy access to the chat conversation screen no matter which screen you are on. Chat heads are very convenient for multitasking, as a user can work and chat at the same time. That means if you are using the calculator app on your phone and if any new message arrives, you can open the conversation and replay the message without switching app.
  • Overview Of Identity In ASP.NET Core 2.0Dec 15, 2017. It is a membership system that allows us to add login functionality to our application. User may create account and login using credential or can use external login provider such as Google, Microsoft Account, Twitter, Facebook etc.
  • Introducing Hadoop /Big Data For BeginnersDec 14, 2017. Companies like Facebook ,NASA, and Google have huge amount of data (can be hundreds of petabytes or exabytes). Each and every like, click, comment, review, update, search, call, visit, piece of financial and health information, transaction, photo upload etc., which is a very huge data set, gets stored somewhere(database).This data is called Big Data.
  • Embedding PowerApps As A Web Part On SharePoint PageDec 12, 2017. This post provides information on how Power Apps can be embedded within a SharePoint Page as a web part.
  • Aborting Thread Vs Cancelling TaskDec 12, 2017. The below post is based on one of the question I answered on StackOverflow, in which the questioner wants to cancel a task when its taking too long to respond; i.e., taking too much time in execution and returning result.
  • If I Ran A Software Company - Part TwoDec 11, 2017. This is part 2 of my article on this subject. I hope you read part 1 before reading this post.
  • Object-Relational Mapper For SQLite3 In Node.jsDec 07, 2017. Node.js is getting more popular day by day and many frameworks and platforms are supporting Node.js for its high-performance web server development. In this post, you will learn the database development in Node.js with the popular ORM library; Sequelize.
  • Building First Console Application Using Command Prompt In .NET Core 2.0Dec 06, 2017. In this post, we will create our very first console application in .NET Core, and we will see how we can build .NET Core based applications without using any IDE or Visual Studio.
  • Using MongoDB On Node.js Application Using MongooseDec 04, 2017. In this post, we are going to see how we can use a MongoDB on our Node JS application with the help of the package Mongoose. We will also be covering some facts about MongoDB so that as a reader, you will understand why we have chosen MongoDB as our backend. We will be going through some steps to install the required packages using a node package manager terminal, so please bear with me. At the end of this article, I guarantee that you will be proficient on how to connect a MongoDB in our Node JS application. I hope you will like this article.
  • Implement Validations In Angular 5 AppDec 03, 2017. In this post, we are going to implement Two Way binding and validations in Angular 5 registration form. So at the end of this article, you will be proficient in how to do validations in Angular. I hope you will like this article.
  • How To Notify Me About Positive Twitter Posts Using Microsoft FlowNov 28, 2017. This article helps you to learn how to notify me about Positive Twitter posts using Microsoft Flow
  • How To Change Your Facebook Post In One Language To Repost In Another Language Using Microsoft FlowNov 25, 2017. This article helps you to learn how to change your Facebook post in one language to repost in another language using Microsoft Flow
  • How To Generate Audio For My Facebook Post Using Microsoft FlowNov 23, 2017. This article helps you to learn how to Generate Audio for a Facebook post by creating flow between Facebook and OneDrive.
  • How To Track Facebook Wall Messages In An Excel Table Using Microsoft FlowNov 22, 2017. Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based service. It allows us to react to an event in one and do something with the data from that event into another service. It makes it practical and simple for line-of-business. The users can build workflows that automatically do some business tasks and processes across applications and services.
  • ASP.NET Core 2.0 Secret ManagerNov 22, 2017. I discussed in the previous post how configuration settings can be stored in configuration files. However, these files are checked in the source control and not suitable to store confidential settings. In a production environment these settings can be stored in environment variables or Azure Key Vault however, for development ASP.NET Core provides an alternate solution: Secret Manager.
  • Generating Your First Components And Modules In Angular 5 AppNov 21, 2017. This post is a continuation of the course Developing an Angular 5 App series
  • QUIZ Application With ASP.NET MVC 5Nov 21, 2017. So many people asked in forums how we can build a quiz application using Asp.Net MVC. I would like to share with them a simple solution to achieve this application. In this post we will build our quiz application with an easy and simple approach. But you should have some basic skills in Asp.Net MVC 5 and JQuery, Bootstrap. I hope it will be helpful for you.
  • Angular 5 Basic Demo Project OverviewNov 20, 2017. This post is a continuation of the Angular 5 series
  • What Is New And How To Set Up Our First Angular 5 ApplicationNov 15, 2017. Here, in this post, I am going to discuss a few updates in Angular 5. By saying that, I will not be discussing all the items which have been released with this version. Here, we will also be checking how to create our first Angular 5 application. So by the end of this article, you will have your own sample application with you.
  • Passing Parameters To Middleware In ASP.NET Core 2.0Nov 15, 2017. I discussed in an earlier post that it is good practice to define middleware in a separate class and add to the pipeline using extension methods. We may also need to pass information to our middleware classes though and I’ve come across two patterns for this when digging into ASP.NET Core source code and other samples online.
  • Comment Or Reply To A Post In SharePoint Using AngularNov 15, 2017. Nowadays commenting or replying to a post is the most common thing in all social networks. Hence, in this article I am going to explain how it works in SharePoint using AngularJS. By the help of this article you will learn how to set comment or reply feature to a post in SharePoint using AngularJS.
  • Masking Sensitive Data With SQL Server 2016Nov 10, 2017. SQL Server 2016 has many features which you can use to make your data and application more secure, more maintained and easily retrieved as per your requirements. It has introduced both client side security such as Always Encrypted as well as server side security such as Data masking etc. In this post we’ll examine how Dynamic Data Masking can help secure our data.
  • Facebook Native Login With Xamarin.FormsNov 09, 2017. Social login is a standout amongst the most essential highlights of an application, it's the principal connection of a client with your work and must be simple, straightforward and dependable. In light of this, I chose, together with my companion Afzaal Ahmed, to begin a progression of posts with what we believe are the best ways to deal with doing social login with all the significant web-based social networking players
  • ASP.NET Core 2.0 MVC Distributed Cache Tag HelperNov 09, 2017. Cache and Distributed Cache Tag Helper help improve performance of your application by caching view’s content, either in-memory or in a distributed cache (e.g. Redis). Distributed Cache Tag Helper uses IDistributedCache to store contents in a distributed cache. To learn more about distributed caching, please refer to an earlier post here.
  • ASP.NET Core 2.0 MVC Custom Tag HelpersNov 08, 2017. As discussed in the previous post, Tag Helpers help generate HTML by attaching attributes to existing HTML elements or by creating new elements. In this post we’ve created a new tag to display employee information.
  • Azure Machine Learning - Iris Model Client ApplicationNov 08, 2017. In this post, I shall be demonstrating the utilization of Azure Machine Learning model into a client application.
  • How To Create A Blank Logic App In AzureNov 07, 2017. Azure Logic Apps is a fully managed integration platform as a service which provides a way to automate the workflows and business processes. You could easily integrate across different services in the cloud and on-premise through connectors. In this article you will see how to create a blank logic app which will send an email to a Gmail account when a new tweet is posted with the text “SharePoint” or #SharePoint.
  • Why C# Corner Is Better Than Stack OverflowNov 03, 2017. This post shares my deepest personal review about C# Corner and Stack Overflow. You are welcome to disagree here.
  • Posting SharePoint Items As Conversations In Microsoft TeamsOct 31, 2017. Here, let us see how to push the items from SharePoint into the Microsoft Teams Channels as conversations using Microsoft Flows.
  • Applying Dependency Injection In DevExpress MVVM WPF Application IntroductionOct 31, 2017. In this post, I’ll give a tutorial on how to apply dependency injection in DevExpress WPF application. This post assumes you already know about dependency injection, WPF application, and also MVVM. DevExpress MVVM is one of freely available MVVM frameworks we can use to develop desktop application using WPF.
  • Building WordPress Theme From Scratch - Part OneOct 30, 2017. Hi all, I am writing a series to create a theme in WordPress with all functionalities like show blog post and add widgets on the front page. I will create this series for absolute beginners who want to improve his skills in php so here you can learn to build your own theme with all those functionalities you want in your own theme.
  • ASP.NET Core 2.0 MVC Model BindingOct 30, 2017. In a previous post on Routing, I showed how MVC maps URLs to Controller and actions to execute. We touched on the topic of the model binding mechanism through which MVC binds routing template tokens to action parameters.
  • ReactJS Environment Setup And Component CreationOct 29, 2017. Reactjs is a JavaScript library which is maintained by Facebook and Instagram. It was mainly developed for UI. React.Js is component based so that it provides readability of DOM components.
  • Getting Started With Entity Framework Core - Database-First DevelopmentOct 12, 2017. This article is the first part of the series on Getting Started with Entity Framework Core. In this post, we will build an ASP.NET Core MVC application that performs basic data access using Entity Framework Core. We will explore the database-first approach and see how models are created from an existing database. We will also take a look at how classes become the link between the database and ASP.NET Core MVC Controller.
  • A Simple Login Application In AndroidOct 10, 2017. In this post, I will create a simple Login application. This post will give you a brief idea about how to develop an application which handles user interactions.
  • ASP.NET Core 2.0 Session StateOct 09, 2017. Using an empty project from a previous post, amend Startup class ConfigureServicee() method, and add services for session and its backing store.
  • Direct Dependencies And EnumerationOct 09, 2017. In this post, we will be talking about the two most commonly used types of relationships, namely, direct dependency relationship and enumeration.
  • How To Connect Facebook to Twitter With Microsoft FlowOct 08, 2017. Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based service. It allows us to react to an event in one place and do something with the data from that event in another one service.
  • ASP.NET Core 2.0 Error PagesSep 29, 2017. Starting from an empty project, created in a previous post, amend the Configure() method of Startup class to use middleware needed for error handling. Below I’ve used a custom middleware (defined as lambda) to handle production exceptions.
  • Exposing Local Web Server To Internet Using NgrokSep 19, 2017. I was recently working on some bot framework applications where I wanted to test if my bot application was working properly with different available channels like Facebook messenger, Skype etc. But there was one problem. Before I could integrate my bot with different channels, I needed to publish my bot application and register it on http://dev.botframework.com/ site. Also the endpoint should support HTTPS. This is where ngrok comes into play.
  • Dependency Injection - Part 7 - Service Locator PatternSep 18, 2017. Service locator pattern is one of the most commonly used patterns. In general, this pattern is used along with other patterns like Adapter Pattern, Observer Pattern, Dependency Injection Principles and many more. In this post, however, we will be talking about its use with dependency injection, which is one its many uses.
  • ASP.NET Core 2.0 EnvironmentsSep 12, 2017. Starting from an empty project, discussed in a previous post, modify the Configure() method to use the IHostingEnvironment to call different middleware based on current environment.
  • Kickstart Azure Database For PostgreSQLSep 10, 2017. This blog post will walk you through creating an Azure Database for PostgreSQL in Azure Portal. PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system and has capability to handle workloads ranging from small single-machine applications to large Internet-facing applications with many concurrent users. Azure Database for PostgreSQL is a managed service which enables you to run, manage, and scale PostgreSQL databases in the cloud.
  • Visual Studio Team Service - Trigger A Build Using Any HTTP ClientSep 07, 2017. In this post, we are going to see how easily we can trigger a new build in VSTS from any of our widely used HTTP clients likeFfiddler or Postman.
  • How Should We Store Images And Blob Files In SQL ServerSep 06, 2017. There is always a requirement from developers: How should I store images and BLOB files in SQL Server ? In this post let's explore the data types and methods used for storing Binary Large Objects also know as BLOBs, such as images and sounds, into SQL Server.
  • All About Azure Government Training ResourcesAug 31, 2017. We can’t imagine our world without cloud computing, whether we realize or not. Without it there would be no Facebook, no Twitter, no Gmail.
  • Facebook Notification App Using SignalR, jQuery, And EF 6.0 In ASP.NET MVCAug 31, 2017. SignalR can be used to add any sort of "real-time" web functionality to your MVC application.progress updates, and real-time forms.
  • Dependency Injection - Part Four -Embracing AbstractionAug 18, 2017. Dependency Injection (DI) is a technique that helps us achieve loose coupling between objects and their collaborators. In this post, we will use constructor based dependency injection, however, we are not going to use any DI container for now.
  • Who Is An Enterprise ArchitectAug 10, 2017. Earlier, I wrote two posts on the basics of EA, but in this post, I am taking a step back and trying to explain the difference between an IT Architecture and an Enterprise Architecture and sequentially I will explain the difference between a Solution provider (often called as solutioner) and an Architect.
  • Creating A Flow To Get New Posts From Microsoft Flow Official Blog AutomaticallyAug 09, 2017. Today, we are going to create a simple flow using Microsoft Flow to get new posts from Microsoft Flow Official Blog automatically, so we can be updated and notified when something new shows up.
  • Making The Switch As A Software DeveloperAug 09, 2017. After nearly seven years at my previous position, I've decided to finally make a change. When this post goes live, I'll officially be working for the engineering team at Bay Dynamics, a San Francisco-based Risk Management and Cyber Security firm. I'm extraordinarily excited to get to join the amazing team there and be a part of something much larger than anything I've worked within the past.
  • Facebook Login Using Xamarin.Auth In Xamarin iOSAug 04, 2017. Xamarin is a platform to develop cross-platform and multi-platform apps (for example, Windows phone, Android, iOS). In Xamarin platform, the code sharing concept is used. In Xamarin Studio, Visual Studio is also available.
  • Implementing Equality In Value TypeAug 02, 2017. This post is to focus on implementing Equality in Value Types; i.e., overriding Equality behavior for our own implemented Value Types which is basically defining how to decide two object of a type are equal or not.
  • Pre/Post Build Events Command Line In Visual StudioAug 02, 2017. Pre/Post build events are useful when we wish to perform some operation before/after a project is built. These operations are nothing but the Shell commands being used from the command line. A build event can be formed using a single, multiple, or conditional commands.
  • Fog Networks / Fog Computing - An OverviewJul 27, 2017. Like I mentioned in earlier posts, technology is evolving at a very fast pace, though this post will throw light on an up-coming technology, which is set to disrupt most of our networking/cloud compute environments. And the name is FOG
  • React Tutorials - Day Six - FluxJul 24, 2017. Flux is a programming architecture and concept where data flows in an unidirectional way. Flux is not a framework or library, it is just an architecture pattern that was developed by Facebook along with the React View library to manage the data flow into our application. Flux makes it easier to track the changes and bugs during development.
  • Custom Actions Using CSOM For SharePoint Online - Part TwoJul 20, 2017. This is the second post of the Custom Actions Using CSOM for SharePoint Online series. In this post we will see how to create Ribbon Custom actions for different types of lists (Custom List, Document Library and Calendar).
  • Setting Up And Executing Basic Ansible PlaybookJul 20, 2017. This post will give you a brief overview of ansible and walk you through how to setup and run ansible playbooks.
  • Custom Actions Using CSOM For SharePoint OnlineJul 18, 2017. In this post, we will see how to add and remove Menu(ECB) and Ribbon custom actions to different types of lists (Custom List, Document Library and Calendar) in SharePoint online using CSOM (.NET managed) code.
  • Ability To Develop HTTP Methods Or Verbs (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE etc)Jul 17, 2017. Before going to explain the significant verbs or methods (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, HEAD, OPTIONS, TRACE and CONNECT) for the communication among different clients and servers, first of all we should understand what HTTP methods are and how they are useful in real time.
  • Angular 4 Authentication With Auth0Jul 04, 2017. In this post we will quickly walkthrough how to do an authentication in an angular 4 app with a third party authentication provider called Auth0.
  • Retrieve User Details From Facebook In ASP.NET Core ApplicationsJun 30, 2017. In this article, we will learn how to retrieve user Details like Name, Profile Picture, Email, DOB and Gender after a successful Login with Facebook in ASP.NET Core Applications.
  • Configure Facebook As Login Provider In ASP.NET CoreJun 24, 2017. In this article, we will learn how to configure Facebook as Login Provider in ASP.NET Core Application.
  • ASP.NET MVC 5 With ReactJSJun 24, 2017. React is a very popular front-end library developed by Facebook. It’s basically used for handling view layer for web and mobile apps.
  • Angular Facebook User Authentication Jun 21, 2017. AngularJS Facebook User Authentication.

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