Kimserey Lam's blog articles

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on 5/25/2018 5:52 AM
Manage Kestrel process with systemd Kestrel is a lightweight standalone process. In order to host it on Linux, the recommended approach is to install it as a service. Systemd is a group of tools providing functionalities to manage processes on Ubuntu. Today we will see how we can manage an ASP NET Core application together with its Kestrel process using systemd tools. This post will be composed
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on 5/18/2018 3:22 AM
Useful bash and friends commands Since I have installed Ubuntu as a subsystem, I see myself using more and more bash. The reason being that all the VMs I spin up are Ubuntu VMs. My interactions with my servers are very basic but even for those, there are many beautiful commands which ease my interactions. Today I would like to go through the commands and tips which I use on a daily basis: ssh
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on 5/11/2018 5:10 PM
ASP NET Core Client-side libraries management with VS 2017 Library Manager Few weeks ago I discussed how we could create a healthchek library which would return json status of our application. Using the json, I wanted to make a quick page to display healthchecks in a nice visual. I wanted to quickly add Bootstrap and momentJS. For frontend libraries, I was used to use Bower as it nicely put
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on 5/4/2018 5:23 AM
Async pipe versus Subscribe in Angular Over the past year, working in companies using Angular, many times have I been in situations where I was asked to explain the differences between async pipe and .subscribe in Angular. More precisely explain my standpoint which is to always use async pipe when possible and only use .subscribe when side effect is an absolute necessity. The challenge in
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on 4/26/2018 5:27 AM
Healthchecks in ASP NET Core Healthchecks are used to assess the health of an application. There are multiple level of checks which can be implemented, the first level being whether the application is itself running. The second level being whether the application dependencies, services, databases, files, are accessible by the application. Last level being whether the process itself is healthy,
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