In this post we will look into authentication with JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) in .NET 6. If you don't know what a JWT is, I strongly recommend you read this introduction first. It will make the rest of the post a lot easier to understand. First things first, create a new C# project of the … Continue reading Authentication with JWT in .NET 6
Selenium is a browser automation framework. This means that it can control the browser, in a manner similar to what you would do youself. For instance, it could be something like this: Open Google ChromeNavigate to Google.comType "Funny cat videos" into the search barClick the "Search" buttonOpen the first site in the search result. Now … Continue reading Browser automation with Selenium
So a few weeks back I learned about the Singleton Pattern (this wasn't the first time I heard of it, I just never really needed it before). I decided to make a tweet - mainly to imprint in my memory, what I learned that week. The response I got was this: Now this got me … Continue reading Singletons – Are they really evil?