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AspNetCore.Identity.LiteDB breaks on Ubuntu

I have been building a small application for my book club. To make iterating easier I have decided to use the excellent LiteDB database to store all the data. Since the web application also needs to store user data, I have searched for a package that would let me use LiteDB as an identity backend. I have found AspNetCore.Identity.LiteDB,  which worked great, until I have tried to deploy it on my usual Ubuntu 18.04 LTS server. On Windows it worked perfectly but on Ubuntu I have started getting these weird connection and socket errors at an alarming...

Dockerizing a Vue 3 + ASP.NET Core web app

How to build a docker image for a Vue.JS SPA app with an ASP.Net Core 5 backend?...

Hosting a .NET Core 2 app on Ubuntu

A few months ago I'd started a fun side-project of moving my personal web apps from various Windows-based services to a single Ubuntu VM because of the release of Ghost 1.0. Later, I'd managed to replace my Bonobo Git Server with Gitea. The last piece was to move a custom app - which was written in .NET and needed to be re-written to run on Ubuntu. (And it took forever to find time to do that.) So after I had my app re-written with .NET Core 2[1] MVC, using Vue, Bulma, TypeScript and some arcane Webpack stuff that...

How to create a WCF web service from a WSDL

This wasn’t the first time I was tasked with creating a mock web service based on a WSDL file. I’ve tried multiple approaches, but most of them weren’t exactly what I needed. So after digging around a bit, I’ve found a way that suits me and does just that. I do not claim to be a WCF guru and there may be better ways to do this. If so, please let me know. But if you’re a developer in a hurry, you probably don’t care and have skipped these two paragraphs, anyway. :) Let’s...

Elemental words

“When I heard oxygen and magnesium hooked up, I was like OMg.” This joke more or less started it. We started exchanging similar ones with a friend and soon after I found myself wondering what fraction of the vocabulary is it possible to write using only the symbols of chemical elements. The thought nagged me until I gave in and started coding. Basically I was trying to convert as many words as possible into an alphabet consisting of these “letters”: So for example stab becomes STaB. There of course are many words where such transcription isn’t possible, and some...