01 March 2016 13:15
The ASP.NET Core framework provides a new API for protecting data, including mechanisms for encryption and decryption. This article takes a quick look at how they can be used.
12 February 2016 08:45
The ASP.NET Core MVC framework (previously known as MVC 6) includes a new feature called View Components. Here, I take a look at them, the kind of problems they are designed to solve and how to use them.
11 January 2016 13:14
This article looks at the steps required to enable SQL Server as a backing store for Session State in an ASP.NET Core 1.0 MVC application. It builds on my previous article which introduces how to configure and use session state in ASP.NET 5.
27 October 2015 13:58
Handling file uploads has changed quite a bit in ASP.NET Core. This article looks at the new objects that have been introduced to replace the old System.Web based approach from previous versions of ASP.NET. **Updated to RTM**
24 September 2015 08:05
This is the fourth in a series of articles that explores ASP.NET Core by reconstructing the Visual Studio 2015 Web Application template from an Empty template. This article looks at the role of services and the new ASP.NET Core dependency injection system. The series of articles has been developed using Visual Studio RTM and ASP.NET Core Beta 6. It will be kept updated along with newer releases.
07 April 2015 13:39
ASP.NET Core is being designed so that your application is only dependent on features that it actually needs. This is achieved in large part by creating a composable framework, where the developer opts in to non-essential features - a number of which are baked in to traditional versions of ASP.NET. One of the features that this applies to is Session State. This article looks at how to obtain and use session state in ASP.NET Core applications.