Azure Active Directory Login with React, with C# or Java Backend

Keeping things secure is the important part of any application. As entire internet going to cloud, Azure Active Directory (AD) is one of the best possible among one of two popular options. It helps manage who can use your app and what they can do. Let's see how to set up Azure AD for a C# and Java Spring Boot backend, and a React frontend to make sure only the right people get in. First, go to the Azure portal and make a new Azure AD tenant if you don't have one yet. Then, register your app in Azure AD.…

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Containerizing a .NET Application with Docker – Step by Step Guide

Docker is a powerful tool that allows developers to package applications into containers. These containers can run on any system that has Docker installed, making it easier to deploy and run applications consistently across different environments. Containers are like lightweight, portable packages for your application, including everything it needs to run: code, runtime, libraries, and settings. I assume that you have already know what Docker is and also you have .NET and Docker installed on your machine. Don't worry, just download and then next + next. For more details and official documentation, you can visit Docker's official website and for…

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PHP: The All Times Survivor

Whenever a major improvement happens in web technology, whenever a new framework or a language is introduced in the web development market, PHP's death is declared immediately. I have been witnessing a recent popular belief that PHP is nearing its end due to NodeJS becoming the new "darling" of the developer community. To me, this belief is a naive statement comes from lack of knowledge on the history of programming languages since the story of PHP is the greatest survival story of the entire computer science history. Over the years, many people have declared the death of PHP against a…

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React vs. Angular: Choosing the Right Framework in 2024

"Angular or React?" has been one of the most important questions in software development for the last decade. As a developer who had worked in full-stack fashion for a long time myself, my story of frontend started with Angular but had slightly moved towards React. Since I have actively participated projects in both, I wanted to write a comprehensive comparison between these two. Let's explore the key aspects of each framework to help you make a decision, if you need to. Brief Overview: Developed and maintained by Facebook, React is a component-based library that deals mainly with the view layer…

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Two-Way Data Binding in Angular: Its Pros and Cons

Two-way data binding is one of the most distinctive features of Angular but what does it require, and what are the benefits and drawbacks associated with it? Let's dive into it. When you hear "two-way data binding", picture a bridge with traffic flowing in both directions. In an Angular application, this means that any changes to the model are instantly reflected in the view and vice versa. This can be a game-changer as it reduces the amount of boilerplate code developers have to write to maintain synchronization between the UI and data. For instance, consider a simple example where we…

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