Updated 08/01/22 23:14 GMT
The migrated ASP.NET Core 6.0 - Homegrown Analytics project continues the article series about collecting and analyzing a web application's usage metrics.
Updated 08/01/22 23:12 GMT
Describes the ASP.NET Core 6.0 - Homegrown Analytics Project V2 integration with existing projects and the SQL scripts for schema and tables.
Updated 06/19/22 15:28 GMT
Introduces the ASP.NET Core 6.0 - Users With Comments Project (UWCP) and an article series about the implementation of users with comments.
Updated 06/19/22 15:27 GMT
This article describes implementing API support for an existing razor pages project.
Updated 06/19/22 15:26 GMT
Describes restricting access to the member's image API endpoint to the user or an authorized administrator.
Updated 06/19/22 15:24 GMT
Describes the implementation of a MemberProfile, used to store and display a user's public properties.
Updated 06/19/22 15:23 GMT
Describes the Profile Image Control with options to use an image file, webcam snapshot, or a stock image stored on the server.
Updated 06/19/22 15:20 GMT
Describes the UWCP's moderated comment workflow from user submission to admin publication.
Updated 06/19/22 15:19 GMT
Describes how filtered comments pages aid the comment workflow.
Updated 06/19/22 15:18 GMT
Describes the public and admin listings for MemberProfiles.
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