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Over the last month we've climbed out of numerous programming rabbit holes thanks to fellow .NET developers writing public tutorials for the community. We've rounded up some of our favorites in this post.
Each tutorial listed below is easy enough for beginner-level programmers to follow. More experienced developers should be able to breeze through the code while building a useful project or using these tutorials as convenient refreshers.
Enjoy these awesome tutorials!
Making complex authentication easier
Are you excited about authentication? If so, please tweet us, you are a delightfully special breed of developer. Here are a few great authentication tutorials for those folks that aren't as stoked about the topic and who just want to get the sign in page working.
Validating user input is important to the security and proper operation of any software application. This is particularly true of data like phone numbers, which are typically private data used to deliver both application functionality, such as messaging, and security features like 2-factor authentication.
Application development frameworks, including the .NET Framework and .NET Core provide data validation capabilities to make it easier to handle standard data types more robustly. While the .NET frameworks provide for validating phone numbers, the capabilities are limited, particularly with respect to internationalization (“i18n”).
Fortunately, there is a open source library,
libphonenumber-csharp, that provides extensive resources for validating and manipulating phone numbers of all types. It’s derived from an open source library created by Google. This post shows how you can implement
libphonenumber-csharp in your .NET projects and easily leverage this powerful functionality.
.NET Data Validation
A common design pattern in software built with C ...