Simplify Building Vue Applications with NuxtJS

Nuxt calls itself the intuitive Vue framework. It aims to make a developer-friendly experience while not sacrificing performance or degrading the integrity of your architecture. It has been exciting to see the community and tooling around VueJS grow and evolve — there’s no better time to get started in this ecosystem than now. In this tutorial, you will build a small web application that retrieves some posts from an API and displays them for authenticated...

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How to Create a React App with Storybook

UI designers and front-end developers are tasked with creating clean and consistent user interfaces. At the same time, testing is a cornerstone of software development. Each part of a software project is tested individually and isolated from the other elements in unit tests. This practice has been challenging to achieve in the context of user interfaces. Now Storybook provides an open-source framework that lets you test UI components in isolation from the rest of the...

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How to Deploy a .NET Container with AWS ECS Fargate

In a previous article, we learned how to host a serverless .NET application using AWS Lambda. We talked about the history of serverless and how companies are using these types of technology to simplify delivering APIs and functionality faster than traditional methods. Some problems will arise in this type of application when you need more capability than standard HTTP requests like GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, etc. Web Sockets is a great example of this. Table...

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How to Create a Seamless Mobile SSO (Single Sign-On) Experience in iOS

On an iPhone, when we log in to an app, we click a login button, and a website pops up to verify our credentials. Once verified, the website then redirects back to the app, and you are logged in. This familiar Single Sign-On (SSO) pattern is frequently referred to as the redirect flow for authentication. The use of a web browser for auth in this example is considered a “Best Current Practice” for security and...

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Using Azure Cognitive Services in a .NET App

Azure Cognitive Services is a collection of cloud-based AI products from Microsoft Azure to add cognitive intelligence into your applications quickly. With Azure Cognitive Services, you can add AI capabilities using pre-trained models, so you don’t need machine learning or data science experience. Azure Cognitive Services has vision, speech, language, and decision-making services. In this article, you will learn how to use the Vision Face API to perform facial analysis in a .NET MVC application...

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Secure Your .NET 5 Blazor Server App with MFA

Introduction to Server Blazor apps Blazor is an exciting new technology from Microsoft that will allow developers to bring C# to clients. Server and client components are written in the same language and can be used and re-used interchangeably. Blazor comes in two flavors, server and client apps. In this tutorial you will be working with Server Blazor apps, where the C# code is run on the server, and messages are exchanged using SignalR. I’ll...

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Build REST APIs and Native Java Apps with Helidon

Project Helidon is a set of Java libraries for writing microservices. It’s an open source, Apache 2.0-licensed, Oracle-sponsored project and contains support for MicroProfile as well as a reactive, functional API. Helidon’s two different styles are known as Helidon MP and SE, respectively. The helidon.io website says: Since Helidon is simply a collection of Java libraries running on a fast Netty core, there is no extra overhead or bloat. Today, I’m going to put this...

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Authentication Patterns for PHP Microservices

Microservices are an increasingly popular architecture, as they allow you to split application development into smaller, easier-to-manage pieces. However, microservices introduce complexity when it comes to implementing authentication. Generally, you only need to worry about one point of ingress for auth with a traditional monolithic application. Still, there are multiple ways to set things up with microservices and just as many authentication patterns to suit. In this tutorial, you’ll see how to build a small...

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Happy Holidays!

As the holiday season gets into full swing, the Developer Advocacy team at Okta has sat down around our virtual table to chat about things we’re grateful for across our various technical communities. Deepu: I’m so thankful for Linux accepting Rust as another language for the Kernel and I’m thankful for all the backing it is getting from big names. I’m sure this will lead to Linux becoming more secure as more and more code...

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Build and Secure GraphQL APIs with Laravel

GraphQL’s popularity has grown among frontend and backend developers alike. It allows frontend teams to request only the data they need while preventing an explosion of backend endpoints, since all operations can go through one simple endpoint for all models being worked on. In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up a GraphQL API with Laravel, a free open-source PHP web application framework. You’ll then secure the API so that it’s only accessible...

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