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Should you use the .NET 8 Identity API endpoints?
In this post I discuss the new Identity API endpoints and talk about some of the security and architectural issues they may introduce.…
Introducing the Identity API endpoints
Exploring the .NET 8 preview - Part 8
In this post I introduce the new Identity APIs, show how they differ from the existing Identity support, and show how to use them.…
Form binding in minimal APIs
Exploring the .NET 8 preview - Part 7
In this post I discuss the new form binding support for minimal APIs, the current limitations and rough edges, and how to work with antiforgery tokens…
Last chance to win a ticket to APIDays London with my new book!
In this post I describe how you can win a ticket to APIDays London by purchasing my book, but you must enter before 23rd August!…
Keyed service dependency injection container support
Exploring the .NET 8 preview - Part 6
In this post I discuss the new "keyed service" support for the dependency injection container, introduced in .NET 8 preview 7…
ASP.NET Core in Action, Third Edition is now in print
My new book, ASP.NET Core in Action, Third Edition, is now in print. In this post I describe some of the changes, how you can get it, and how to get money off…