Changing your application's favicon is a convenient way to communicate the current state of the application to the user.
Demonstrates how you can use Coravel to schedule background jobs and then report on the status of a job with SignalR
Blazor is an experimental .NET web framework using C#/Razor and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly. Let's see how you can start experimenting with this today.
Expanding the OpenIddict authorization server to allow users to sign in with their GitHub accoouts.
A basic introduction to creating an OpenIddict authorization server for OpenID Connect clients.
AWS Lambda is an ideal use case for developing GitHub Webhooks. Here's looking at how you can implement one using ASP.NET Core.
An introduction to the generic OAuth 2.0 authentication handler in ASP.NET Core 2.0 which allow you to authenticate users using any OAuth 2.0 provider.
MariaDB is an open source database compatible with MySQL. Here's looking at how you can use this in your ASP.NET Core application.
A great tip I picked up from an NDC Oslo presentation which shows how you can dynamically create authorization policies for the ASP.NET Core authorization middleware.
Demonstrates how you can configure the Google authentication handler to only allow users from a certain domain to sign in to your application.