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HTTPS and X509 certificates in .NET Part 1: introduction


HTTPS, SSL, TLS – these terms are used interchangeably to denote secure communication between a web client and a web server. Secure HTTP communication generally must ensure all of the following: 1,540 more words


Venturing Into A World Of Asynchronicity - Async & Await

You’d be forgiven for noticing the literal nature of my blog title up until now.  You certainly haven’t yet seen any code on this development blog.   1,433 more words


Supporting only json in Web API

How to either replace every formatter by a single one or to replace IContentNegotiator with a non negociating one (better solution). Supporting only JSON in ASP.NET Web API – the right way – StrathWeb StrathWeb… 18 more words

.Net 4.5

Bridges between Win runtime APIs and managed desktop apps

How to use WinRT APIs from managed desktop apps: Managed desktop apps and Windows Runtime – Windows app development. This way is simple. Some available API are packaged in facade assemblies that can be consumed from desktop apps as reference. 130 more words

.Net 4.5

Quick and Easy localization with Xamarin

Localization is a very good option an app can provide to users to increase the UX. Most apps from enterprise level to the very basic level, localization is very impotent if we need to target more audience with variety of cultures. 508 more words


Using HTTPS with basicHttpBinding in WCF Gateway

WCF can work as gateway and in this case you need to configure the service endpoint and client endpoint.

In some cases your client endpoint is HTTPS  and you are using basicHttpBinding.  68 more words

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.NET threading: native and managed thread IDs do not per se correlate

Next time I run into .NET and native threading issues:

Main UI threads often have a correlation between managed and native thread IDs.

But for other threads, you cannot be really sure.

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