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IoC in ASP.NET Web API projects

You probably want structure your project so that you can separate concerns. In our traditional applications, we are calling into reusable libraries to handle tasks, but with inversion of control (IoC) it is the framework that is calling into the code. By using IoC we are increasing modularity and are making our service more extensible.… Continue reading IoC in ASP.NET Web API projects

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Authentication in a microservices architecture (.net)

When you want to decentralize your application with independently deployable services you would probably design your software applications in a Microservice Architecture style. While there is no “best practice” or pattern to follow, you will most likely already have several projects running that would benefit from being smaller endpoints totally independent. Having a HTTP API… Continue reading Authentication in a microservices architecture (.net)