Kimserey Lam's blog articles

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on 5/9/2017 6:06 PM
Attribute route in ASP NET Core Attribute route in ASP NET Core is an easy way to define URL routes for Web API projects. There can be instance where it gets confusing because of all the options provided. Today we will see the meaning of the different options and how they affect the constructed route. This post will be composed by 3 parts: 1. Route attribute 2. Route values and token replacement
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on 5/5/2017 9:26 PM
Opinions and decisions, how to be a successful team mate I have been working for more than 8 years in the software industry and have dealt with loads of developers from junior to senior.There are multiple points which can make a successful team mate. One of them is knowing when to express opinions and when to take decisions. One thing I have learnt is that decisions, forcefully agreed on, will
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on 4/27/2017 6:11 AM
Filters in ASP NET Core - what are they and how to use them ASP NET Core comes with a concept of filters. Filters intercept the stages of the MVC pipeline and allows us to run code before/after their executions. They are meant to be used for cross-cutting concerns; logics which is required accross the whole application, generally not business oriented. One example is authorization where in a Web
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on 4/22/2017 7:44 AM
Different types of authorization in ASP.NET Core Last week I touched on how we could authenticate users using Resource Owner Password flow with identity server. Authentication is the act of taking the information provided and verifying the “identity” of the user, ensuring that Alice (our beloved example user) is who she “claims” to be. In the program itself, we take her credentials and verify it
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on 4/14/2017 5:47 AM
Authentication and authorization with Identity Server 4 Few week ago I described how to build a custom Jwt authentication. Today I will show how we can use Identity server together with Resource owner password flow to authenticate and authorise your client to access your api. This post will be composed by 3 parts: 1. Identity server 2. Protect an api 3. Configure a client The full source code is
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