It comes in many colors and flavors, it is usually a headache because there are multiple reasons why you can get this, it usually includes no (or minimal) information in Application log, and if you are unlucky enough to have two problems that cause this, it is a guaranteed bad day.
This post is contains sample on how to upload an image with FTPS in ASP.NET Core. It also contains a cheat sheet of all the properties and methods of an instance of an
FtpWebRequest object, mostly as a quick reference guide.
This is just a cheat sheet of commands and terminology for Docker and ASP.NET Core; it contains commands that you can find in the original cheat sheet, plus a
Dockerfile for ASP.NET Core and a quick guide on how to created one from Visual Studio. Hopefully, both developers that are in the process of getting into the containerize world with Docker and developers that are already in but need a quick recap will find it useful.
How to make authenticated requests to an ASP.NET Core web API using IdentityServer4 with Client Credentials.
This is a guide on how to make requests to a protected resource using Client Credentials with the IdentityServer4.Contrib.HttpClientService nuget package. The library is actually an
HttpClient service that makes it easy to make authenticated and resilient HTTP requests to protected by IdentityServer4 resources. Additionally, more features include automatic complex type serialization for requests / deserialization for responds (using
Json.NET), caching of the token response to reduce load and an
HttpRequestMessage factory that adds an “
X-HttpClientService” header for logging/tracking between cascading API calls.