Using MongoDB .NET Driver with .NET Core WebAPI

What’s about Problem / solution format brings an easier understanding on how to build things, giving an immediate feedback. Starting from this idea, the blog post I will present step by step how to build a web application to store your ideas in an easy way, adding text notes, either from desktop or mobile, with few characteristics: run fast, save on the fly whatever you write, and be reasonably reliable and secure. This article will implement just the backend, WebApi

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How to search good places to travel (MongoDb LINQ & .NET Core)

Let’s build a simple WebApi with .NET Core and MongoDb to query the details of different destinations around the globe. We’ll do the search with MongoDb LINQ, running different scenarios. For a brief introduction on how to build and test a full .NET CORE WebApi with MongoDB please check my earlier article: Using MongoDB .NET Driver with .NET Core WebAPI. This article continues with 2 other parts: Part 2 – Paging in MongoDB – How to actually avoid poor performance

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Angular 2 with ASP.NET Core Web API – Build a simple Notebook app – Part 1

This article presents a step by step approach to create an Angular2 application, consuming an ASP.NET Core REST WebAPI. It continues the earlier post Using MongoDB with ASP.NET Core WebAPI and presents a gentle introduction to Angular 2 framework. This is the first part and the scope of the series is to present step by step how to build a web application to store your ideas in an easy way, adding text notes, either from desktop or mobile, with few

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Why this blog ?

I had the idea of starting the idea of starting a blog earlier, but it never came into practice. Currently, I am enjoying a lot the blog course from John Sonmez – Simple Programmer, and I would also like to give a new try to this idea. What should the blog have? The blog will focus on lightweight approach to software design and software architecture. To be able to try multiple ideas, I would like to create a space for software architecture katas. These would

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