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Adding "spoiler" support to Markdown with Markdig

This article shows how to add Spoiler support when you want to render your Markdown text to HTML using Markdig....

AspNetCore.Identity.LiteDB breaks on Ubuntu

I have been building a small application for my book club [https://zblesk.net/blog/tag/obskurnee-book-club/]. To make iterating easier I have decided to use the excellent LiteDB [http://www.litedb.org/] 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 [https://github.com/fabian-blum/AspNetCore.Identity.LiteDB],  which worked great, unt...

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?...

Getting Started with Github Actions for .NET Core

When I pushed my recent Ghoplin [https://zblesk.net/blog/introducing-ghoplin/] mini-project to GitHub, it automatically offered to define a build action. I really liked the user experience here: GitHub offered the Action feature, detected my project type and generated a file, with project-appropriate defaults and in the correct folder. I updated the dontnet version in the script and tried it; everything works and the task reports a success. name: .NET Core on: [push] jobs: build: run...

Tinkering with Transposit (beta) and AirTable

Transposit [https://www.transposit.com/]is an interesting new service that aims to help when you're trying to connect various apps (or, more specifically, their APIs) together. But it does it in a novel way: it lets you query various data sources as if they were SQL objects. That is an ingenious idea: most of us already know SQL and it maps quite well to what we're trying to achieve with many of the APIs. To illustrate: Transposit lets you treat various services as SQL schema and query them;...