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What is Routing in ASP.NET Core MVC?


The routing is a mechanism in which it inspects the incoming Requests path and then map that request to the controllers and action methods. This mapped is done by the routing rules which are defined for the application. We can do this by add the Routing in Middleware to the request processing pipeline. Table of Content 1. How Routing Works in ASP.NET Core? 2. What is a Route? 3. What is a Route Collection? 4. What is a Route Handler? 5. MVCRouteHandler 6....

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Introduction to Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS)


Table of Content 1. What is API? 2. Features of Asp.Net Web API 3. What is CQRS? 4. Benefits Of CQRS 4.1. Independentscaling 4.2. Security 4.3. Separation of concerns 4.4. Simpler queries 5. Let's start to allow CQRS with program 5.1. After Cloning my project code let's understand structure of solution 6. Controllers 7. Commands Folder 8. Queries 9. Conclusion What is API? Before knowing what is CQRS first we...

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Understanding Validation Tag Helpers in ASP.NET Core


ASP.NET core provides a validation related tag use to display a validation message to the user. To display the validation message in view the validation tag generates the Html element. Table of Content 1. Validation Tag helpers in Asp.net core 2. Validation Message Tag helper 3. Validation Summary Tag helper 3.1. Step-1: Create an "Asp.net core web application" 3.2. Step-2: Add Employee Model 3.3. Step-3: Add Employee Controller 3.4. Step-4: Add...

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Understanding Action Filters in ASP.NET MVC


ASP.NET MVC filter are usedto inject extra logic in different levels of MVC Framework request processing. Filter provides a way for cross-cutting concerns (logging, authorization, and caching). ASP.NET MVC filter are usedto inject extra logic in different levels of MVC Framework request processing. Filter provides a way for cross-cutting concerns (logging, authorization, and caching). Table of Content 1. Types of Filters in ASP.NET MVC 1.1. Authorization...

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What is Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) in ASP.NET Web applications?


CSRF stands for Cross-site request forgery. CSRF is also known as the one-click attack which is used for Security purpose. It is an act of copying or imitating things like a signature on a cheque, official documents to deceive the authority source for financial gains. Cross-site request forgery is a web security Weak that allows an attacker to induce users to perform actions that they do not intend to perform. Table of Content 1. CSRF Workflow 2. How to protect Cross-Site...

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