Convert A C# Object To Almost Any Format

Convert A C# Object To Almost Any Format

Data formats are an essential part of any programming toolbox. C# developers must understand how to take plain-old-C#-objects (POCOs) and convert them into standard data formats. The .NET community commonly refers to the conversion of data objects as serialization.

Robots.txt Middleware For ASP.NET Core

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As a web developer, it’s important to remind ourselves that we push our work onto the internet for the world to see. Our development team utilizes Windows Azure for many environments, and all those environments need to be publicly accessible....

Top Five Configuration Options For .NET Core

Top Five Configuration Options For .NET Core

As the .NET Core community matures, we continue to get more options for the applications we build. This post describes how configuration works in a .NET Core application, some of the best options I’ve found, and how to configure each...

Submitting A Dictionary To An ASP.NET MVC Action

Submitting A Dictionary To An ASP.NET MVC Action

When building a line of business application, requests for saving dynamic key/value pairs are inevitable. The “best” way to store dynamic data is in a Dictionary, the mother of all flexible data structures. This post will show you the minimum...