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How to create a .NET Core MVC File Uploader Module - Part 1
Fine Uploader Ever since I started developing websites, file/image uploading really gave me a hard time because I just couldn't figure out how to make the upload more generic and pluggable. After seeing Google/Facebook/500px♥ does it, I figured, it must be ...

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Token Authentication C# Console Application - Sample


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ASP.NET MVC Fine Grained Identity & Access Control - Part 3
In this series I will explain how I designed a generic claims based access control system ASP.NET MVC 5 with Identity 2.0. In Part 1, I describe my approach and the initial database design. ASP.NET MVC Fine Grained Identity & Access Control - Part 1 In Part...

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ASP.NET MVC Fine Grained Identity & Access Control - Part 2
In this series I will explain how I designed a generic claims based access control system ASP.NET MVC 5 with Identity 2.0. In Part 1, I describe my approach and the initial database design. ASP.NET MVC Fine Grained Identity & Access Control - Part 1 In this...

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ASP.NET MVC Fine Grained Identity & Access Control - Part 1
In this series I will explain how I designed a generic claims based access control system ASP.NET MVC 5 with Identity 2.0.  The method I explain here will be useful for applications with moderate complexity, which would require an end user (an admin) to def...

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Thou Art Love Decorators!
Life get easier when you have more reusable decorators and a good dependency injector. image credits: http://www.homedit.com/how-tell-difference-interior-designer-interior-decorator/ Years before I choose this programming/engineering career, I always wonder...

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When TrySkipIisCustomErrors not working
Even when you have custom errors mode on, and Have all the custom error pages setup, like the following.. <customErrors mode="On" defaultRedirect="~/Error" redirectMode="ResponseRewrite">
<error statusCode="403" redirect="~/403" />
<error status...
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