Using ASP.Net Webform Dependency Injection with .NET 4.7.2

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ASP.Net logoStarting with .NET 4.7.2 (released April, 30st), Microsoft offers an endpoint to plug our favorite dependency injection container when developing ASP.Net Webforms applications, making possible to inject dependencies into UserControls, Pages and MasterPages.
In this article we are going to see how to build an adaptation layer to plug Autofac or the container used in ASP.Net Core.
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Ensuring the correctness of your API

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Designing and maintaining an API is hard. Whether you’re distributing assemblies, creating NuGet packages or exposing services (such as WCF, SOAP or REST), you must pay attention to the contracts you provide. The contract must be well designed for the consumer and must be stable over time. In this article, we’re going to see some rules to follow, tips to help and tools to use to ensure that your APIs are great to use.
Although this post is applied to the .Net environment, most of it can be used with other environments (Java, Node, Python, etc.).
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Securing the connection between Consul and ASP.Net Core

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The previous article introduced how to use Consul to store configuration of ASP.Net Core (or .Net also). However, it was missing an important thing : the security ! In this article, we will see how we can address this by using ACLs mechanism built into Consul with the previously developed code in order to secure the connection between Consul and ASP.Net Core.
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