Category: Hosting Tutorial

19Dec, 2019

Enable Identity Core With Empty Template In ASP.NET MVC Core 3.0

What is ASP.NET Core Identity? ASP.NET Core Identity is a membership system. It allows us to create, read, update and delete user accounts. It supports account confirmation, authentication, authorization, password recovery, two-factor authentication with SMS. It also supports external login providers like Microsoft, Facebook, and Google etc. Step 1 Startup Visual Studio 2019. Now click […]

16Oct, 2019

How To Create A Clean Umbraco Database?

As developers, we often want to experiment and tinker around with our website, one side effect of this is that databases tend to end up corrupting the database, or, wanting to start from scratch.  Luckily, with Umbraco, this is very easy and in today’s tutorial, I’m going to go over the process to create a […]

23Jul, 2019

How to Rank Higher on Google (6 Easy Steps)

Nothing is more frustrating than seeing your website rank on the umpteenth page of Google, despite your continued efforts to climb the ranks. I know this because I’ve been there many times. Sometimes it feels like no matter what you do, nothing works. Google seems to hate your website, and you have no idea why. If that […]

21Jun, 2019

Database Management in Plesk

Database Management Tools Database management tools provide a web interface for the administration of databases. The tools also allow running SQL queries from this user interface. Plesk is shipped with the following database management tools: phpMyAdmin is used for MySQL databases. phpPgAdmin is used for PostgreSQL databases. myLittleAdmin is used for Microsoft SQL Server. Note that you need […]

13Jun, 2019

What’s New In C# 8?

In this article, I’ll walk you through some of the new features introduced in the 8th version of C# and show some use cases. After 18 years of existence, C# is still as young and “sharp” as ever. Indeed, by open-sourcing its compiler and design, Microsoft strengthened the position of C# in the market by making it […]

14Feb, 2019

Easy to Deploy ASP.NET Core to IIS

How to Configure Your ASP.NET Core App For IIS The first thing you will notice when creating a new ASP.NET Core project is they are actually console applications. Your project now contains a Program.cs file just like a console app would have and it contains the following code: public class Program { public static void […]

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