Tag: .NET

ASP.NET Core - How to digitally sign your JWT
ASP.NET Core – How to digitally sign your JWT
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When we decide to use JWT in our API’s and Frontend SPA, we need to use an algorithm when issuing a token. There are several options for subscribing to the JWT. It must be symmetrical or asymmetric. Probabilistic or deterministic. See in this article how to sign your JWT and tips on using them. When generating a JWT, it… READ MORE

Creating a Custom JsonNamingPolicy
Creating a Custom JsonNamingPolicy
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Probably there’s no need for me to say why .NET Core 3.0 is a big deal. There are enough articles on that. For a great write-up see Announcing .NET Core 3.0. From the inception of the .NET Core project, we’ve added around fifty thousand .NET Framework APIs to the platform. .NET Core 3.0 closes much of the… READ MORE

CoreRT - A .NET Runtime for AOT
CoreRT – A .NET Runtime for AOT
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Firstly, what exactly is CoreRT? From its GitHub repo: .. a .NET Core runtime optimized for AOT (ahead of time compilation) scenarios, with the accompanying .NET native compiler toolchain The rest of this post will look at what that actually means. Contents Existing .NET ‘AOT’ Implementations High-Level Overview The Compiler The Runtime ‘Hello World’ Program Limitations Further… READ MORE