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Blazor Events and Data Bindings

Last Updated: January 4, 2021

Blazor events and Data Bindings

Blazor can respond to events like button click, select change, text change on text box, clipboard events, mouse events and so on. This process is known as Event Handing. For example, the following code shown a button having an onclick event.


User Lockout in ASP.NET Core Identity

Last Updated: January 25, 2021

user lockout identity

The ASP.NET Core Identity has a User Lockout feature to improve application security by locking out a user that enters a password incorrectly several times. This technique is very useful in protecting against brute force attacks, where a hacker repeatedly tries to guess a password.


Creating Password Reset feature in ASP.NET Core Identity

Last Updated: December 10, 2020

password reset identity

When a user forgets his/her password then he needs the option to reset it. In ASP.NET Core Identity you can create the Password Reset feature which comes out to be handy in such situations.


Creating First Application in Blazor from scratch

Last Updated: March 25, 2021

Blazor First Application

Let us create your First Application in Blazor in Visual Studio 2019. The procedure is to create an ASP.NET Core project and configure it to use Blazor. Note that the Visual Studio has a Blazor Template option which automatically configures a new project for Blazor. But since I have to introduce all the files structures of Blazor and their workings to you, therefore I will be creating this application from empty stage. You are going to love this approach so be with this tutorial till the end. (more…)

How to perform Email Confirmation of Users in ASP.NET Core Identity

Last Updated: December 1, 2020

email confirmation identity

Email Confirmation is an important part of the user registration process. It allows verifying the registered user is indeed an owner of the provided email. ASP.NET Core Identity also provides the option to enable email confirmation during the time of user registration process.


Two-Factor Authentication in ASP.NET Core Identity

Last Updated: November 19, 2020

two factor authentication identity

The Two-Factor Authentication in ASP.NET Core Identity is a process where a user enters credentials, and after successful password validation, receives an OTP (one-time-password) via email or SMS. Then the user needs to enter that OTP in the Two-Step Verification form to log in. This procedure greatly increases the security of the application. Let’s now try to implement the Two-Factor Authentication in ASP.NET Core Identity. (more…)

ScalaCube : Game Server Hosting

Last Updated: June 8, 2021


A Game Server Hosting is a central data transmitter and is used specifically for multiplayer games like Minecraft, ARK, Rust, Hytale and similar. Players can link up with other players on a game server to play these games. They also allow you and your friends to enter major online competitions.


Xaero – Entity Framework Core Advanced Project

Last Updated: June 5, 2021

Xaero entity framework core advanced project

“Xaero” is a ASP.NET Core 5.0 project that uses Entity Framework Core 5.0 for powering a Movie Database. This project source codes are available in the bottom. Entity Framework core also known as EF Core is the latest version of Object/Relational Mapping (O/RM) framework by Microsoft. In this tutorial I will build a Very Advanced Project from scratch.


ASP.NET Web Forms – Implementation of BlueImp jQuery File Upload GitHub Plugin

Last Updated: June 6, 2021

BlueImp jquery file upload asp,net web forms

GitHub has the the best jQuery File Upload plugin by BlueImp. It can be downloaded from GitHub using this link.


Complete Overview of Amazon AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Professional Certification

Last Updated: September 26, 2020

aws certification

IT is currently one of the most rapidly developing fields in the world and more people are aspiring to enter this industry as a result. This has made it a very competitive space and the employers always looking to hire the most experienced individuals. So, this means that if you want to find your place in IT, you will have to develop your expertise by gaining new knowledge and skills. There are a lot of ways to do that but one of the top methods is to obtain a certification. You can turn to a huge number of companies that provide the credentials for the IT specialists but one of the best has to Amazon AWS Certification Practice Test Questions.