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In this article, we’re going to be learning about a whole host of different tips and tricks related to C# String and Formatting.
Asynchronous programming looks very similar to synchronous programming. However, there are some core concepts which need to be understood in order to form a proper mental model when converting between synchronous and asynchronous programming patterns.
When NLog originally came out, I was hooked. Such a step up from the world of log4net. Then Serilog came out and I lost track of the progress on NLog. For years I even considered it dead. Boy was I wrong. NLog has developed impressively over the years and offers all of the modern features available in similar logging frameworks like Serilog and Microsoft.Extensions.Logging. In this post, I'll tell you everything there is to know about NLog.
Counting characters may seems trivial. You can just use the string.Length property, can't you? Unfortunately, this is not that trivial. If you remember my previous post about comparing strings, you know that strings can be very tricky 😃
When an HTTP request comes in, the first request delegate handles that request. It can either pass the request down to the next in line or short-circuit the pipeline by preventing the request from propagating further. This is use very useful across multiple scenarios, e.g. serving static files without the need for authentication, handling exceptions before anything else, etc.