Tag Archives: dotnet

Using ASP.NET Core Controllers and Razor Pages from a separate shared project or assembly

This post shows how to use shared projects or shared assemblies for ASP.NET Core API Controllers or ASP.NET Core Razor Pages. Sometimes shared logic for different ASP.NET Web API or Web App projects can be implemented in a shared project. The shared project controllers, Razor Pages, services can be referenced and used in the host […]

Securing an ASP.NET Core API which uses multiple access tokens

This post shows how an ASP.NET Core API can authorize API calls which use different access tokens from different identity providers or different access tokens from the same identity provider but created for different clients and containing different claims. The access tokens are validated using JWT Bearer authentication as well as an authorization policy which […]

Using Azure Cognitive Search Suggesters in ASP.NET Core and Autocomplete

This post shows how to implement an autocomplete in an ASP.NET Core Razor Page using Azure Cognitive Search Suggesters. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/AspNetCoreAzureSearch Posts in this series Implement a full text search using Azure Cognitive Search in ASP.NET Core Using Azure Cognitive Search Suggesters in ASP.NET Core and Autocomplete Implement a Blazor full text search using Azure […]

Using Key Vault certificates with Microsoft.Identity.Web and ASP.NET Core applications

This post shows how Azure Key Vault certificates can be used with Microsoft.Identity.Web in an ASP.NET Core application which requires a downstream “access_as_user” API. The Azure AD App Registrations requires a certificate instead of a client secret. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/AzureADAuthRazorUiServiceApiCertificate Posts in this series Implement Azure AD Client credentials flow using Client Certificates for service APIs […]

Securing Azure Functions using API Keys

This article shows how to secure Azure Functions using API Keys. This is useful, if you have no control over the API client implementation, the client code base cannot be easily changed or the client is not Azure hosted. This should only be used with trusted clients and is for machine to machine usage. Code: […]

Create, Build, Deploy and Configure an Azure App Service with Azure DevOps and Azure CLI

This post shows how to create, build, deploy and configure an Azure App Service using Azure DevOps, Azure CLI and Powershell. An Azure Service is created in Azure using Azure DevOps with Azure CLI and Powershell. The Azure App Service is created and built using ASP.NET Core and Visual Studio. This solution is deployed to […]

Creating PDF files in ASP.NET Core

This article shows how to create PDF files in ASP.NET Core. I decided I wanted to use PDFSharp, because I like this library, but no NuGet packages exist for .NET Standard 2.0. YetaWF created a port for this, which was used 1:1 in this example, without changes. It would be great to see PDFSharp as […]

Using the dotnet Angular template with Azure AD OIDC Implicit Flow

This article shows how to use Azure AD with an Angular application implemented using the Microsoft dotnet template and the angular-auth-oidc-client npm package to implement the OpenID Implicit Flow. The Angular app uses bootstrap 4 and Angular CLI. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/dotnet-template-angular History 2019-09-23 Updated to ASP.NET Core 3.0, OIDC 10.0.8 2018-07-13 Removed static calls to the […]

Angular Configuration using ASP.NET Core settings

This post shows how ASP.NET Core application settings can be used to configure an Angular application. ASP.NET Core provides excellent support for different configuration per environment, and so using this for an Angular application can be very useful. Using CI, one release build can be automatically created with different configurations, instead of different release builds […]

ASP.NET Core IdentityServer4 Resource Owner Password Flow with custom UserRepository

This article shows how a custom user store or repository can be used in IdentityServer4. This can be used for an existing user management system which doesn’t use Identity or request user data from a custom source. The Resource Owner Flow using refresh tokens is used to access the protected data on the resource server. […]