One of the new cool features of the mongoDB Driver is that you can hook up to events on mongoDB and do monitoring/logging for your application. In this post I will show you a simple ASP.NET MVC project with logging. First of all, you need to get the project up and running and get the… Continue reading MongoDB Driver events
This post is a beginner’s guide to setting up a ASP.NET web API project with OAuth 2.0 Authentication. You can follow the simple steps on youtube. You can download a sample project on my gihub. In Visual Studio, create a new ASP.NET Web project, select Empty and add folder and core references for Web API.… Continue reading Implement an OAuth 2.0 Authorization Server using OWIN OAuth middleware on ASP.NET web API.
MongoDB ships with some great tools that lets you see what’s happening on many levels on your database. I am not going to go into the specifics on the log file here, other than that this would be a must have when running mongoDB. If you don’t know how to set up mongo and specify… Continue reading MongoDB Monitoring
Going from development to production with mongoDB you would probably want to set up replica sets for your database. In this post, I will show you how to set up a simple database with tree member replica sets. If you do not have mongoDB installed, you can follow this post to see how I prefer… Continue reading MongoDB Replica Set
To setup you developer computer with mongoDB you can go to https://www.mongodb.com and run the latest msi. This will install all the things you need within minutes. All you need to do to get an instance of mongoDB up and running is good documented here. It is a great place to start working with mongoDB.… Continue reading Running multiple versions of mongodb on Windows
By now you have obtained your Code Signing Certificate and exported it so you have your .pfx file ready to go. In case you have not done this you can read the 3 step guide on how to do this here. Now we are ready to sign your executables with your trusted Code Signing Certificate.… Continue reading Code signing WPF Application – Part 2
The purpose of code signing is to verify who the author of the software is and verifying that the software hasn’t been tampered with since it was sign. Threats of virus and potential damage that an executable can cause to a computer system is something we all know can cause a lot of time and… Continue reading Code signing WPF Application – Part 1