In Flutter Every Component Is A Widget

When I was looking up info about Flutter I ready that every component in Flutter is a widget. I didn't quite understand what that meant as I'd never come across that in any other programming language I had programmed in. What that ultimately means is that every UI elements you build is a widget. So, […]

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Starting With Mobile Development In Flutter

So, I've finally made the step. For some time now I have wanted to get into mobile development. I've looked at Android. I've looked at IOS (staring with Objective-C and Swift). I've played around a little - especially in the early days of IOS. I've tried different languages and plugins. I've tried drag and drop […]

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Validating String Length In The Model

The ability to validate values passed into an ASP.NET application at the model level is a powerful thing. You can validate if the correct type of value has been passed in before you even get to processing it. For example, using something such as : Looking at the above we can see 3 fields. The […]

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The Unsafe Keyword In C#

The Unsafe Keyword What is the unsafe keyword in C#? When should you use it? Should you use it? It’s not one of the most common used keywords in your generally C# application but I wanted to talk about it in this article. It could be the answer to your current problem - or you […]

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Using Dynamic Data In Your ASP.NET Page

Let me start this post by saying if you're already know how to pass data from the backend code to your front end: this post is not for you. This post if for people who are just learning how to do this. Let's face the facts here. You're most likely creating an ASP.NET App and […]

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Implementing Your IEmailSender For Forgot Password Reset

When you're implementing your Identity Server application in C# you will most likely need to implement some forgot password and reset password functionality. The usual and best way to implement this is to allow the user to enter an email or username into a Forgot password page -then have Identity Server email a link to […]

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Return Maximum Number Of Different Sweets

From the above title you may be wondering what this one is all about. Well, let me explain a little. I recently did an interview where part of it was peer programming. Well, that is not entirely true. There was a programming exercise where the interviewers watched while I attempted the question. Now. little caveat […]

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Random Password Generator In C#

I've previously talked about hashing a password for IdentitySever4 in C#. This works well when you want to store your password with added salt to a database or similar store that could be read. In this previous article I talked about how this could be added to code that was bulk transferring users from one, older, […]

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Identity Server Hashing Passwords For Existing Users

Recently we started working on a new IdentityServer4 project - something to give a new facelift and security to an existing product usin C# and .Net Core 3. The idea was to create a portal for users to log in through, then forward on to the existing products. The plus side of this: using the latest .Net Core […]

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Custom Routes For Your ASP.NET Core 3 Project

If you’re anything like me: when you wanted to find out more about ASP.NET you went to the internet. May be you went to an online site that has training courses such as Udemy. Maybe you searched and found some tutorial pages.  Me personally, I did both and after trying to follow some of these […]

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