Sometimes we need to call a function every time we get an instance of a controller (someone say constructor?).
However, the constructor has a bad limitation about the operations it can do. The HttpContext object isn’t initialized.
Let’s take a scenario. We had a cookie that needs be readed and initialized every time.
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In many times people have asked me some question about strings in C#. The much quoted question is about: “What is the @ before the string?”
So, now I want try to give some pills about those strings in C#.
Just to be clear, I’m assuming that you already know a base of C# and strings operations (concats, escaping, etc.)
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When we talk about MVC on asp net, we know that the views are (in default approach) parts of our web page, because we have defined a layout that contains them. But sometimes we need/want to use a different layout, one of these scenario is for example when we have a different layout for logged/not logged users.
Let’s see an example, which use the simple AuthenticationCookie from NuGet package Microsoft.AspNetCore.Authentication.Cookies.
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