Google Authenticator with Two Factor Using Angular and ASP.NET Core

A free security tool called Google Authenticator creates special codes for two-factor authentication (2FA). By forcing users to submit two pieces of evidence—something they know, like a password, and something they have, like a smartphone—2FA adds an extra layer of protection to the authentication process. The Google Authenticator app generates a time-based one-time password (TOTP) …

Negotiation of Content in.NET Core Web API

Content negotiation is the process of selecting the optimal resource for a response when many resource representations are available. For a variety of reasons, content negotiation may not be utilized as frequently as it may be despite being an HTTP function for some time. In short, content negotiation lets you choose—or better yet, “negotiate”—the content …

Examining Asynchronous and Parallel Programming in.NET

Efficiently handling concurrent processes is essential to modern.NET development if you want to improve application responsiveness and performance. Asynchronous and parallel programming are two popular strategies for attaining concurrency. We’ll examine these methods in detail, contrast their features, and offer useful examples using C# code snippets in this blog post. Using Parallel Programming Utilizing the …