Generating a PEM private and public certificate with OpenSSL on Windows

To generate a PEM certificate using OpenSSL is easy, but if you haven't yet done it before it can be a bit frustrating if you've never used OpenSSL before. If you think you can just go to OpenSSL.org and download the binaries you are mistaken. They only provided source files which you need to compile. …

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Using MediatR with Blazor

This article covers a brief and simple overview of how to use MediatR and Blazor together to decouple requests your application wishes to make. I will be using the default Blazor (Client-side) template and modifying it to use MediatR. To get started, create a Blazor-Client side project. To see how this is done please view …

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Blazor, RabbitMQ and MQTT using Paho with JSInterop.

With Blazor being in official preview I decided to create a simple chat application using the Client-side Blazor project template which runs on WebAssembly. The goal Connect to a RabbitMQ service with one or more clients sending and receiving public chat messages. Lets get start I've never used any MQTT library before but found Paho …

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ASP.NET Core – Provisioning keys when hosting under IIS

So you finished writing your brand new ASP.NET Core Web application only to find some weird [Warning] message in your log file when hosting your application in IIS and running it under the AppPool Identity account (IIS AppPool\ApplicationPoolName). Neither user profile nor HKLM registry available. Using an ephemeral key repository. Protected data will be unavailable …

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