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Lately, I’ve been doing quite a bit of front-end development with the latest version of Angular and that requires token based authentication. So in this article let’s discuss how to create tokens in .Net. I’ll go over setting up tokens in regular .Net, and in a later article, I’ll discuss how to setup tokens in .Net core.
All of the code can be obtained from Github Here.
Recently, I was working on a project which used SQLCommands and I need to import a few SQL tables to start using as models. The tables were pretty large so I didn’t want to type them in manually. After a bit of searching, I found something on Stack Overflow that helped me out. Link
The code is pretty simple. You execute it against your table and it’ll output a C# class with all properties based on the table’s columns:
Many years ago we worked on a project that would allow the client to perform inspections digitally on the various restaurants in their franchise. One of the goals of these inspections was to make sure the restaurants were following the client’s procedures and policies. These procedures and policies are constantly being reviewed and updated, so one of the main requirements of this inspection project was to allow the client to update the inspection on the fly without requiring development updates each time. In other words, it needed to be reasonably configurable by the client. We ultimately created a dynamic form that would be constructed in real-time based on data provided by the client. The idea was that as the client updated their procedures and policies, they would add/remove items from the form to keep it up-to-date.