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Telegraf

TICK Series InfluxDB This Post Telegraf is the daemon written in Go for collecting, processing, aggregating and writing metrics. It has plugins through which it offers integrations to source a variety of metrics. It can pull metrics from third-party APIs

InfluxDB

Time Series Databases Prometheus This Post InfluxDB is another open source time series database and is written in Go language. It has no external dependency and its data model consists of several key-value pairs called the fieldset. Each point has a timestamp
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Swarm and Prometheus II

Prometheus Series Prometheus Swarm and Prometheus This Post Docker Swarm Series Docker Swarm Docker Registry Jenkins Swarm and Prometheus This Post In the last post; we had our application running and being monitored in the Swarm cluster; but we have
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Swarm and Prometheus

Prometheus Series Prometheus This Post Swarm and Prometheus II Docker Swarm Series Docker Swarm Docker Registry Jenkins This Post Swarm and Prometheus II To monitor the Docker Swarm and our application running in the cluster with Prometheus; we can craft
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Prometheus

Prometheus Series This Post Swarm and Prometheus Swarm and Prometheus II Time Series Databases This Post InfluxDB A time series is a series of data points indexed (or listed or graphed) in time order. Most commonly, a time series is a sequence taken at

Browserifying AngularJS Material

Frontend Development Series Modern Frontend Development Frontend Development–Browserify This Post AngularJS Series Angular JS This Post In the previous AngularJS post; we used the NUGET package to get the AngularJS; and in Frontend Development Series
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Frontend Development–Browserify

Frontend Development Series Modern Frontend Development This Post Vue.js Series Data Validation-Vue.js This Post As the front-end code grow; we need an option to encapsulate our Javascript based work and need Javascript modules that only exposes required
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C#

C# 7.2 / Visual Studio 2017 15.5 / .NET Core SDK 2.x Reference semantics with value types string someMethod(in string valueThatYouCantChange) {} ref readonly var valueThatCantBeChanged => ref valueThatICouldChange; readonly struct SomeStructure {}
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Modern Frontend Development

Thanks to Node and Javascript Frameworks; the frontend development landscape has changed a lot and things are in continuous flux. For .NET developers; adapting to this might be hard to digest because we have been “addicted” to use one single thing that
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Data Validation-Vue.js

Data Validation Series Data Validation–Silverlight Data Validation-MVC Data Validation-Web Forms Data Validation-Knockout Data Validation-Vue.js In the previous post we have learned about how we can do validation on the client side on the client model
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Angular JS

Angular JS is the famous Javascript library for Single Page Applications from Google. Now the v1.x version is called Angular JS and the v2 onwards are called Angular or Angular 2/2+. It is also the frontend part of the “MEAN” stack; where MongoDB is used
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Data Validation–Knockout

Data Validation Series Data Validation–Silverlight Data Validation-MVC Data Validation-Web Forms Data Validation-Knockout Data Validation-Vue.js In the previous posts we learned about how we can do client side validation using jQuery.Validation against
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Data Validation–Web Forms

Data Validation Series Data Validation–Silverlight Data Validation-MVC Data Validation-Web Forms Data Validation-Knockout Data Validation-Vue.js In the previous posts we learned about how we can do client side validation using System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations
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AVL Tree

In the last project I needed AVL Tree inspired data structure. The base class library doesn't expose any thing that could be extended so I setup a Test Project to establish some building blocks. AVL Tree is a self balancing binary search tree, the first
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MVC5: Minimal Provider for ASP.NET Identity

ASP.NET once came with Membership and Role Providers, that we used and abused in past, then came Simple Membership Provider with Razor and Webmatrix that exposed a simpler API but still used the same providers behind the scene. Finally with Visual Studio
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