Node.js & ASP.NET Core 1.0: A Usage Comparison - Part 4: Cross-Origin Resource Sharing

Welcome back to the fourth part of the series! Don't forget that everything explained in this post can be seen in the open-source GitHub project. The post itself contains important code pieces only. Same Origin Policy For security reasons, the browser blocks all requests from within a document or script…

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Node.js & ASP.NET Core 1.0: A Usage Comparison - Part 3: Basic Routing

Welcome back to the third part of the series! Don't forget that everything explained in this post can be seen in the open-source GitHub project. The post itself contains important code pieces only. In this part we take a look at basic routing capabilities. The requirements for that are pretty…

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Node.js & ASP.NET Core 1.0: A Usage Comparison - Part 2: Web API Server Setup

Welcome back to the second part of the series! Don't forget that everything explained in this post can be seen in the open-source GitHub project. The post itself contains important code pieces only. In this part we are going to create the Web API project for both Node.js and…

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Node.js & ASP.NET Core 1.0: A Usage Comparison - Part 1: Intro

Some days ago I was talking about Web APIs with Node.js for .NET developers at the BASTA! Conference in Darmstadt, Germany. We from Thinktecture had a blast at this great conference! My main focus in this session was giving .NET developers an overview about Node.js and how you…

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Back to the roots: Creating thin Web APIs using the Core of ASP.NET Core 1.0

I'm currently fiddling about ASP.NET Core 1.0 using VS Code on my Mac. I have a simple scenario: Building a Web API which has CRUD operations for a CustomerModel. So purely HTTP things. :-) My controller looks like: using Microsoft.AspNet.Mvc; using System; using System.Collections.Generic;…

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Supercharge your ghost.io blog with CloudFlare

Intro As you may noticed I switched my blog over to ghost.io. My colleague and friend Thorsten has a nice blog post about the reasons which I highly share. Writing posts and creating templates is so much cleaner, I just like it. :-) Okay, back to the topic: Supercharging…

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