In this particular post, I thought to unveil my book on latest Microsoft ASP.NET Core stack in conjunction with Angular. This is basically hand-book for all those people who like to build Single Page App, right from the scratch meeting all the industry standards.
I thought to share my yet another experience with Entity Framework 7 where Lazy Loading is still not implemented. I was actually designing my Movie-Review API and soon after that I realized that results are unexpected, hence without wasting time, I directly checked with Microsoft. Here, is my conversation with Microsoft.
Recently, I was writing the infrastructure part of My Movie Review SPA app using ASP.NET Core version. Then, I landed in really weird situation where in DBSet.Find() piece is missing. This is really crucial extension method for finding the record based on the primary key. In order to find the solution, I thought it would be nice to talk to EF Guru Julie Lerman directly. Here, is what I asked her and what she replied on the same.
In this section, I am going to continue from the last section where I left the discussion. So, in this section, I am going to discuss more on authorization. In previous sections, we have already seen basic [Authorize] piece. Now, let us discuss some of the extended feature of the same.
In this section, I will continue from the last section and delve further into authentication. Now, let’s bring some OAuth capabilities into the application. So, the first change, I need to make here is to include the required packages in project.json file. Here, I will show another technique to add the required packages. We already know this technique and this is via Nuget Package Manager as shown below in the screen shot.
In this section, we are just going to focus on the authentication and authorization schemes around ASP.NET Core formerly known as ASP.NET 5. Ideally, authentication means, you got the right to enter like you got the ID card and swipe in office.