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How to use MediatR Pipeline Behaviours

MediatR Pipeline behaviours were introduced in Version 3, enabling you execute validation or logging logic before and after your Command or Query Handlers execute, resulting in your handlers only having to deal with Valid requests in your CQRS implementation

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How to run docker compose files in Rider

JetBrains Rider provides Docker support using the Docker plugin. The plugin is bundled and enabled by default. For more information. In this post we’ll walk through the process of running a docker compose files in Rider.

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The Mediator Pattern

Mediator pattern is used to reduce communication complexity between multiple objects or classes. The pattern provides a mediator class which handles all the communications between different classes and supports easy maintenance of the code by loose coupling.

How to use Cake with Rider

Cake is a build automation system for .NET Developers to script their build processes using a C# Domain Specific Language (DSL). In this post, we’ll explore the benefits of Cake and its major features with a concrete working example to achieve a flexible, maintainable, automated build process.

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Developing Api’s using Http Endpoints

MVC Controllers are essentially an anti-pattern. They’re dinosaurs. They are collections of methods that never call one another and rarely operate on the same state. They’re not cohesive.

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Why, When and How to use Redis in ASP.net MVC Core

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Gary is Technical Director at threenine.co.uk, an independent software vendor specialising in IoT, Field Service and associated managed services,enabling customers to be efficient, productive, secure and scale-able.
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In a previous post, Redis InMemory Cache in ASP.net MVC Core, I discussed the various forms of cache storage applications may use, introduced Redis and… Read More »Why, When and How to use Redis in ASP.net MVC Core

What are Microservices

The microservice architecture enables the rapid, frequent and reliable delivery of large, complex applications. It also enables an organization to evolve its technology stack.