Understanding the C# 10 Memory Model

Programming relies significantly on memory management to guarantee that applications operate smoothly and efficiently. It investigates concepts including stack and heap memory, garbage collection, and memory leaks, as well as frequent memory problems. Learning how C# handles memory will help you write more efficient and robust programs. Stack and Heap Memory Stack Memory Memory allocation…

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Learning ASP.NET Core Test-Driven Development

The software development process known as Test-Driven Development (TDD) places a strong emphasis on creating tests prior to creating the implementation code. This method guarantees that the code has undergone extensive testing and satisfies all requirements. In this short example, we’ll use a basic CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) scenario to manage a list of…

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Creating Text and Email Using Handlebars.NET Templates in.NET

Personalized communication through text messages, emails, or notifications is essential to successfully engaging users in today’s software environment. Templating engines such as Handlebars.NET offer a strong way to quickly and easily create dynamic content. Handlebars.NET is a very flexible and easy-to-use tool for text and email template creation in the.NET ecosystem. Knowing How to Use…

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Understanding Concurrency in C#

During the interview process, I was questioned about concurrency, asynchronous programming, parallel programming, CPU-bound and I/O-bound operations, and multithreading multiple times. These, in my opinion, are the most significant subjects and, when it comes down to it, the most difficult to understand and articulate. I’ll cover everything you need to know about concurrency and its…

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In.NET, Static Constructors

Constructors are necessary in object-oriented programming in order to initialize objects. Static constructors, on the other hand, are a specific kind of constructor found in the.NET framework that operate in a different way from their instance counterparts. In order to comprehend the function, operation, and application of static constructors in.NET, let’s take a closer look…

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Building a GraphQL Backend with .NET 6

GraphQL’s versatility and effective data querying features have helped it gain popularity in recent years. Since.NET 6 was released, developers have even more resources at their disposal to create scalable and reliable apps. This tutorial will walk you through the process of using.NET 6 to create a GraphQL backend, with examples and step-by-step instructions. Configuring…

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ASP.NET 8 Introduces a New Authentication and Authorization Mechanism

.NET 8 is soon coming, and it introduces some intriguing features, particularly in ASP.NET Core authentication and authorization. For ASP.NET Core Identity, one major change is the transition from a page-oriented to an API-oriented approach. Let’s go into the specifics. Token-based Authentication with ASP.NET Core Identity ASP.NET Core developers use the built-in ASP.NET Core Identity…

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