How to Master the Filestream in C#

We live in a world that moves fast. Compared to the mid 90s through early 2000s, we have incredibly intelligent technology. Effectively, we have super-computers in our pockets. Our actual, modern supercomputers would have seemed like works of fiction just two decades ago. Not only is our ability to compute fast, but so is our data - with cellular 4G averaging 18.1 Mbps and 5G coming in at an average of 111.8 Mbps, at the...

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Mobile Development with Ionic, React Native, and JHipster

Mobile development offers a lot of options. To develop native apps, you can use Java or Kotlin on Android. On iOS, you can use Objective C or Swift. There are other options, too. You can build hybrid mobile apps and Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). Hybrid mobile apps are those created with web technologies (HTML, JavaScript, and CSS) that look like native apps. PWAs have the ability to work offline and act like mobile apps too....

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Using Okta Advanced Server Access & Terraform to Automate Identity & Infrastructure as Code

Many Okta customers who leverage Advanced Server Access to secure and automate identity across their dynamic infrastructure fleets use HashiCorp Terraform to declare and provision resources across AWS, GCP, and Azure. One customer built their own Terraform Provider as a wrapper to the Advanced Server Access API, which we recently had certified by the team at HashiCorp. You can read more about the announcement on the Okta blog. In this example, we’re going to showcase...

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How to Build a Secure AWS Lambda API with Node.js and React

Serverless architecture with AWS Lambdas is quickly becoming a popular option for companies looking to deploy applications without the overhead of maintaining servers. AWS Lambda functions are event-driven and serverless—triggered to process a piece of code and return a result. AWS Lambdas can be written in most common languages today on a variety of platforms including .NET Core, Java, Go and, in the case of this post, Node.js. The example in this post uses Node.js...

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Build an Android Application with Authentication

With mobile apps becoming ever-present in users' lives, following best security practices has become essential in protecting your users and your apps. Implementing security alone and from the ground up can be costly for your development team, create a less-than-ideal user experience, and be susceptible to design/implementation errors. The easiest path to strong security, and a positive user experience, is to turn to the experts. The Okta OIDC SDK can help with this in many...

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The Most Exciting Promise of .NET 5

It’s time to get jazzed about the future of the .NET ecosystem! It’s hard to believe that .NET only came out in 2002. There are so many versions of the framework, rapidly changing the places a C# developer could create and support. The entire ecosystem just turned 18, and it has been confusing at times with versioning. I fell in love with how powerful the platform was, but often, choosing to upgrade to the latest...

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A Quick Guide to Spring Cloud Stream

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a Spring Cloud Stream application that interacts with a messaging service, such as RabbitMQ or Apache Kafka. You’re going to do this using functional, reactive code by utilizing Spring’s WebFlux and by taking advantage of Spring Cloud Stream’s functional binding model. You’ll create an application that contains a publisher, a processor, and a consumer. The app will use two topics to publish a stream of integers, process...

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Make It Complicated, So It Can Be Simple

“If you can’t explain it to a six year old, you don’t understand it yourself.” — Albert Einstein “Aren’t we overthinking this?” — almost every developer at some point Like all things that become buzzwords, the Agile methodology has been distorted to represent a number of specious definitions. One definition in particular suggests that Agile removes all complexity from a project. Agile does remove some bureaucracy and “red tape”, freeing teams to produce deliverables faster....

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Build an Incredibly Fast Website with Dapper + C#

If you have been doing .NET development professionally for any length of time, you are probably familiar with Entity Framework for data access. At the time of this post, both Entity Framework and Entity Framework Core have over 85 million downloads on Nuget so it is definitely a popular framework. People love Entity Framework because it abstracts the way you interact with the database to make development easier. The problem, though, is that you trade...

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What's New with OAuth and OpenID Connect?

In this video you'll learn about the latest developments in the OAuth and OpenID Connect specs from Aaron Parecki, a regular contributor to the OAuth working group. The latest additions to the specs enable richer experiences and better security for applications using OAuth.

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