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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Connect to MS SQL using Node.js and SequelizeJS

Today I tried using Node.js together with SequelizeJS to connect to a named MS SQL instance. SequelizeJS is an ORM providing abstractions to work with databases like PostgreSQL, MySQL, MS SQL and more. While the documentation is really good, it is missing the part for named MS SQL instances.…

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