Best .NET Posts This Week: 8th November 2020
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Here are some of the best .NET, C# and ASP.NET posts from this week.
No. 1: Additional HTTP, Sockets, DNS and TLS Telemetry in .NET 5
.NET has been steadily adding support for improved cross-platform diagnostics tracing for applications. In .NET Core 3.0, we saw the introduction of EventCounters, used for observing metric measurements over time. These counters can be consumed out-of-process as well as in-process and are cross-platform in their design. I’ve used counters from ASP.NET Core in a few applications, to track the number of HTTP requests handled by a service over time.
By Steve Gordan
No. 2: How to handle gRPC errors in .Net Core
Interceptor in gRPC is a very similar conception like middleware idea from classic, Rest communication. A place which is part of specified gRPC global flow, where You can do some custom magic between endpoints. Can be implemented for server & clients, in this particular sample, I will focus on server interceptors.
By Patryk Roguszewski
No. 3: How Endpoint Routing works in ASP.NET Core 3.x
Endpoint routing is a new middleware introduced starting from ASP.NET Core 3.x, which is said to replace the traditional MVC routing which has been the default routing mechanism from the good old times till the recent ASP.NET Core 2.2. Endpoint Routing is said to bring in performance improvements and overall a new Routing mechanism into the ASP.NET Core.
No. 4: Identity Server 4 with .NET Core App
Identity Server 4 (IdS4) is an OpenID Connect and OAuth 2.0 framework for .NET core application. It’s an authentication service that provides you centralized authentication logic for different types of applications (Web, Mobile, or Services).
By Mahesh More
No. 5: Introducing C# 9: Extension GetEnumerator support for foreach loops
As you may know, in order to be able to iterate on a collection in C# with the foreach loop the collection must expose a public method GetEnumerator() which doesn’t exist on IEnumerator and IAsyncEnumerator interfaces. C# 9 allows to create an extension method to allow foreach loops on those interfaces. Let’s see in this article how to proceed.
By Anthony Giretti
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