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Criteria-Based Deletion

From API Design Patterns by JJ Geewax

This article covers…

How the custom Purge method can be used to delete matching resources
Why the custom Purge method is dangerous and should be avoided if possible
A variety of safety precautions to avoid accidentally deleting more data than intended

How to address concerns about consistency in the matching result set

Svelte REPL, Part 2

From Svelte and Sapper in Action by Mark Volkmann

This article delves into the Svelte REPL.

Svelte REPL, Part 1

From Svelte and Sapper in Action by Mark Volkmann

This article delves into the Svelte REPL.

How Does Implicit Flow Work? Part 2

From OpenID Connect in Action by Prabath Siriwardena

In this part, we’ll take you through how the authorization code flow works with a SPA in detail.

How Does Implicit Flow Work? Part 1

From OpenID Connect in Action by Prabath Siriwardena

In this article, you’ll learn how an OpenID provider transports an ID token to a client application using the implicit flow. The sequence of events or steps happens during this flow, as well as the messages being passed in each step is clearly defined in the OpenID Connect specification.

Applying VACUUM to Data

From Cloud Native Machine Learning by Carl Osipov

The goal of this article is to teach you the data quality criteria you should use across any machine learning project, regardless of the dataset. This means that this part deals primarily with concepts rather than code.

How is C# Compiled?

From Code like a Pro in C# by Jort Rodenburg

This article gives an overview of exactly how C# code is compiled.

Building Reusable UI Components and Web Frontends in C#

From Blazor in Action by Chris Sainty

Logical Access Protection: Securing the use of your AWS account with IAM

From AWS Security by Dylan Shields

This article deals with methods you can use to secure your AWS account.

Getting Started with ASP.NET Core

From ASP.NET Core in Action, Second Edition by Andrew Lock

This article discusses the advantages of ASP.NET Core and why you should (or shouldn’t) choose to use it for your application.

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