In this article we will see a SQL script that will drop all objects in an Oracle database
In this article we will see how we can create a Nuget package for a class library and how to configure Visual Studio to have other package sources in addition to the default of nuget.org.
Oracle has a LONG RAW datatype that is used primarily in its system tables. There are cases where these tables need to be read from an application. There is a catch though, the common methods used to cast a datatype to another cannot be used in a plain SQL statement, but the developer must use […]
In this article we will see how we can export data to an Excel file in a web application where the Interop library might no be available. We saw a similar approach in a previous article but that approach generates a file that is not a proper Excel file, rather it was a text file […]
In this article we will see how we can verify a JWT token that has been signed with the RS256 algorithm. While there are more than a few libraries for .NET that provide functionality to decode and verify JWT tokens, none of them support the specific algorithm.
With CORS, you can securely upload files directly into an S3 bucket, directly from the browser, without using an intermediate proxy (e.g. your web server).
In this article we will see how we can use Dropbox in a ASP.NET application. We will implement the basic functions of a file manager. Since there is no official SDK for .NET, we will use the HigLabo library for our interaction with the Dropbox API.
YouTube and Vimeo provide a data API that you can use to get information for their videos. YouTube requires the use of an API key and you can get one for free. At the bottom of the article you will see the required steps to obtain a YouTube API key.