Building a GraphQL Application with ASP.Net Core and TypeScript - Part 2

  • May 19, 2019
In this series Building a GraphQL server Building a GraphQL client In the first part of this series, we discussed steps to developĀ a GraphQL server using ASP.Net core. Since we have a server up and running now, we will build a client that works with the API we just created. We will build a minimal client using TypeScript that has no dependency on frameworks or libraries such as Angular and React.

Building a GraphQL Application with ASP.Net Core and TypeScript - Part 1

  • May 4, 2019
In this series Building a GraphQL server Building a GraphQL client GraphQL (QL: Query Language) is a query language for your APIs. For a long time API clients have been dictated the format of data that they can receive from the backend API. For example, if a client sends a GET request to this endpoint: https://api.twitter.com/1.1/statuses/home_timeline.json (see developer guide), it will get all the data in the format dictated by the API which the client will then have to filter to get just the desired field/s, e.

Integration Tests in Azure Pipelines with ASP.Net Core and SQL on Docker

  • April 17, 2019
I usually like to keep my application dependencies such as the database, and emulators packaged in containers. Running the dependencies in containers gives me the ability to keep my development process fluid as I can bring up the dependencies to the desired state no matter how massively I deform them. In my CI pipelines, I enforce the execution of unit tests and integration tests on every build. Usually, running integration tests involve running test cases along with the dependency, which is a database most of the time.

Appropriately Release Resources From DotNet Core Application Deployed in Kubernetes Cluster

  • September 8, 2018
You have deployed your DNC (Dot Net Core) application on your Kubernetes cluster and to make it efficient, you have initialized resources, kept a database channel open, and did a ton of other things during the initialization of your application. Did you miss something? One of the critical tasks that you must do is cleaning up the resources, shutting down the open channels, and gracefully shutting off what you turned on and so on from your application when Kubernetes instructs your container to shut down.
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Hi! I'm Rahul Rai, an author, a programmer, and a technophile. I'm a Senior Consultant at Readify, Sydney, Australia.

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