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  • How to Secure Your Web API: Best Practices

    How to Secure Your Web API: Best Practices

    Web API security refers to the measures and protocols implemented to protect web applications and services from various threats and vulnerabilities. It involves safeguarding data, user interactions, and the overall integrity of web applications from cyber attacks, unauthorized access, and data breaches. Securing a Web API involves multiple layers of protection and best practices to…

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  • RESTful vs gRPC :Choosing the Right API Protocol

    RESTful vs gRPC :Choosing the Right API Protocol

    RESTful vs gRPC (REST: Representational State Transfer and gRPC: gRPC Remote Procedure Call) are both popular ways to design APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) for communication between applications. However, they have distinct approaches and are suited to different use cases. Let’s delve into their key differences: 1. Communication Model REST: gRPC: 2. Performance REST: gRPC: 3.…

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  • Master the Builder Design Pattern: Ultimate Guide for Efficient Design
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    Master the Builder Design Pattern: Ultimate Guide for Efficient Design

    The builder design pattern is a creational pattern that facilitates the step-by-step construction of complex objects. It separates the object’s construction process from its representation. Here is the step by step guide to implement the builder design pattern. Step-by-Step Guide Example in ASP.NET Core Context Let’s create an example where we use the builder design…

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  • How to Implement the Null Object Design Pattern in .NET Core
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    How to Implement the Null Object Design Pattern in .NET Core

    The Null Object Design Pattern is a behavioral design pattern that provides a default object as a surrogate for the absence of a value or object, avoiding the need to check for null values. In the context of .NET Core, this pattern can be especially useful for avoiding null reference exceptions and simplifying code. Implementation…

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  • Master Caching for Better ASP.NET Core Performance

    Master Caching for Better ASP.NET Core Performance

    In ASP.NET Core applications, caching is a technique for storing frequently accessed data in a temporary location for faster retrieval. This reduces the load on your database or other data sources, improving the performance and responsiveness of your web application. Covering both in-memory caching and distributed caching with examples: 1. In-Memory Caching C# 2. Distributed…

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