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    My new book ASP.NET Core in Action, Third Edition is available now! It supports .NET 7.0, and is available as an eBook or paperback.

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    Understanding your middleware pipeline with the Middleware Analysis package

    In this post, I take a look at the Microsoft.AspNetCore.MiddlewareAnalysis package, which provide insights into the configuration of your middleware pipeline.…

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    Exploring IStartupFilter in ASP.NET Core

    In this post, I'll take a look at what the IStartupFilter is and how it is used in the ASP.NET Core infrastructure.…

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    Logging using DiagnosticSource in ASP.NET Core

    Although ILogger is the most common, there are actually three logging system in ASP.NET Core. In this post I show how to use the DiagnosticSource system…

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    Reloading strongly typed options in ASP.NET Core 1.1.0

    In this post, I show how to use the new IOptionsSnapshot interface to reload strongly typed options when a configuration file changes in ASP.NET Core 1.1.0…

     in  ASP.NET Core Configuration
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    How to pass parameters to a view component

    In this post I will show how you can pass parameters to a view component when invoking it from your view, from a controller, or as a tag helper.…

     in  ASP.NET Core View Components Front End Razor
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    An introduction to ViewComponents - a login status view component

    In this post I use the example of a Login widget to introduce View Components. I show how to create them, how they're invoked, and the 1.1.0 Tag Helper syntax.…

     in  ASP.NET Core Razor View Components Front End
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