Exploring Blazor Render Modes

Blazor offers two primary modes of rendering: Client-side and Server-side. Client-side rendering, also known as Blazor WebAssembly, involves running the application code directly in the user’s browser. From a newbie perspective … Continue reading “Exploring Blazor Render Modes”

Simplifying State Management in Blazor with State Containers

What is State Container? Think of a state container as a centralized bag where you store and manage the state of your application. It acts as a single source of … Continue reading “Simplifying State Management in Blazor with State Containers”

Understanding C #’s Stack Memory for Better Performance

Basic Concepts: Efficient memory management is critical to developing high-performance and reliable code in C# and other languages with a garbage collector (GC). Resource management might not be a primary … Continue reading “Understanding C #’s Stack Memory for Better Performance”

AES Encryption in .NET Application (Part 2)

Beyond Confidentiality and Integrity In the previous blog post, our main concern was safeguarding the confidentiality of information.The AES’s Cipher Block Chaining (CBC) mode offers protection against unauthorized access to … Continue reading “AES Encryption in .NET Application (Part 2)”

AES Encryption in .NET application

Security of data sent across API’s is of paramount importance to ensure the proper functioning and integrity of a project. APIs serve as bridges that allow different software systems to … Continue reading “AES Encryption in .NET application”