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Distributed cache in ASP.NET Core

Distributed cache in ASP.NET Core

In the previous article, I explained how to manage the caching in an ASP.NET Core application, using the in-memory caching. It’s possible to use this type of caching if your application is hosted on a single server. Which are instead the tools that the .NET...
In-memory caching in ASP.NET Core

In-memory caching in ASP.NET Core

I believe it has happened to everyone, in our job, to receive requests from clients, or feedback from users of our applications, to improve responsiveness. If using best practices when we write code it’s not enough, we surely need to use the caching to nudge...
From requirements to testing with SpecFlow

From requirements to testing with SpecFlow

Foreword In past few months, I casually analyze the employment of frameworks and codes testing methods. In particular, I am using two code writing methods, which are intriguing me a lot: the TDD (Test Driven Development) and the BDD (Behaviour Driven...
Kestrel build me up!

Kestrel build me up!

During the porting from ASP.NET MVC 5.0 to ASP.NET Core made on our CMS “WebRight”, I should face a problem: the widget management in WebRight. Actually, these widgets have been managed with the use of some Partial View, which would be redirected within the...
Load tests with Azure

Load tests with Azure

Some days ago, one of our clients asked us to make some load tests on an application we developed. Since we had recently returned from WPC, where I followed several sessions on Azure and the like, I said to myself: why not put the portal on Azure and take advantage of...