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Hangfire in ASP.NET Core 3.1 – Background Jobs

Hangfire is an open-source library to schedule and execute background jobs in .NET applications. You'll be able to create a simple background process inside the same application pool or thread without creating separate applications. Hangfire creates background jobs in persistence storage, like MS SQL Server, Redis, MongoDB, and others, that may prevent you from losing the job on recycling IIS pools or exception prevalence.

Asp.Net Core MVC Publish using FTP

Publish Website using FTP in Visual Studio If we use FTP (File Transfer Protocol) to publish web applications, we need to enter all credentials provided by the FTP hosting company, and application files will upload directly to our FTP hosting space.

Implement Stripe Payment Gateway In ASP.NET Core

This tutorial demonstrates how to accept payments with Stripe Checkout in an ASP.NET Core application built with C# and Web Forms. The application uses Checkout to accept credit cards from the end user and send tokens to a back-end API. The back-end controller uses the Stripe .NET library to create a charge. We are using latest version on Stripe.Net api in this. Check out complete steps to Implement Stripe Payment Gateway In ASP.NET Core

Globalization and localization in ASP.NET Core With Resource Files

In this article we will focus on implementing Globalization and localization in ASP.NET Core With Resource Files . We will be trying to implement culture in Asp.Net core 3.1.So if your are struggling in using you Asp.Net Resource Files in .net core have a look at the article in detail.

Exception Handling Asp.Net Core

Error Handling in Asp.Net Core has changed a bit from what we used to use in Asp.Net Mvc. Before .Net Core We used to use OnException Methods to handle Exceptions while executing actions But it doesn't' see working in .Net Core as many features are changed.So In this Article we will see how to make exception handling work in Asp.Net Core.