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Downloading SQL Server Express is unnecessarily hard, and it’s made harder by the new Microsoft Download Center “download multiple files” interface that doesn’t include descriptions or primary file recommendations. It should be a list of links, and you should be able to right click and Save As.
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In this post, we are going to implement dynamic highchart with Angular6 and Asp.net Core. In the previous article we have explore how a Single Page Application (SPA) sample can be put together using ASP.Net Core & Angular from scratch.
Based on previous post this article is extended to implement charting. We are going to modify/extend existing sample application by downloading full source code from github. Read more “Dynamic Highcharts – ASP.Net Core, Angular6”
In this post we will get overview and generate a basic label code using our database table column that help in development.
The main thought behind the sample was to generate the common types of code easily.
The Single page application is built with ASP.Net Core & AngularJS, here’s the execution environment & API service is in .Net Core to generate code. In front-end have used AngularJS.
- Connect to database server
- Get all database list then
- Get all Table Column by selecting a particular table
- Choose column then
- Generate code, that’s it.
Read more “Custom Code-Generator Using ASP.Net Core”
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.
If you are new to ASP.Net Core, get a complete startup overview here: http://shashangka.com/2016/11/26/net-core-startup/
Before getting started make sure development environment is prepared properly. These are listed prerequisites to develop the sample application.
- Visual Studio 2017
- .NET Core 2.0
- MSSQL 2016
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In this post we are going to secure our NodeJS API’s with customized security token generated by logged user and HTTP actions.
How it Works:
Let’s take a quick look on how the work is going to be done.
- Generating a customized token by each HTTP request.
- Pass it through request header(x-access-token)
- Server extract the token from each request
- Verify the custom token by regenerating in server
- If token match then system check the user permission from database
- Otherwise system will response with status code of 403/404
Read more “Learn About API Authorization In Node.js”