CORS and OpenWhisk Web Actions

By default, OpenWhisk will handle the relevant responses for CORS. Specifically, it will respond to an OPTION request with these headers: Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * Access-Control-Allow-Methods: OPTIONS, GET, DELETE, POST, PUT, HEAD, PATCH Access-Control-Allow-Headers: Authorization, Content-Type If you need to change what is sent or you don’t...

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Custom Kestrel Transports

With .NET Core 2.0 finally coming out of preview I felt like now was a good time to share one of my preview experiments with everyone. Custom Kestrel Transports! Before we begin, the source code for this preview experiment can be found here: The Nuget...

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Marker Interface Isn’t a Pattern or a Good Idea

Today, I have the unique opportunity to show you the shortest, easiest code sample of all time. I’m talking about the so-called marker interface. Want to see it? Here you go. public interface IContainSensitiveInformation { } I told you it was simple. It’s dead simple...

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Pass-Through Paradox

Moonstone Moonchild Reads:51 Pages:8 Published:Aug 2017 A young lady repeatedly walks a North Coast (CA, USA) beach, searching for a certain semiprecious stone. She appears deranged. However, to one prestigious col… Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

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