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There are many steps to run schedule task in your application development. For example, we can delegate long running tasks to background threads. Sometimes, we also want to schedule background jobs to keep domain models in consistent states, especially when the model state is mutated due to a time-triggered event. This post is to summarize…

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Web sockets were invented to push data from web server to clients. So, one would expect that sending data to a web socket would look something like this: Unfortunately, this does not work, because in .NET and .NET Core, web sockets only support one outstanding write operation at a time. Or, as the documentation puts it, “exactly…

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If you’ve been on the world wide web for a while you may have noticed an uptick in sites that have a URL that begins with HTTPS versus HTTP.  HTTPS is the secure version of HTTP. HTTP is the protocol through which data is passed between a web browser, like Chrome or Firefox, and a website.…

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