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Getting you where you want to go

Http

Our Http library is a tried and tested fluent wrapper on top of HttpClient. It is fully extendable and built to be async on all levels of the fluent interface.

Check it out on Github

Testing

Our Testing package allows you to run full end-to-end tests on AspNetCore / Owin applications using an in memory server and our fluent interface.

Public on Github soon

Wcf

Our Wcf extension package allows you to host Wcf services in AspNetCore.
This requires you to be running on .Net Framework 4.6.1 or above.

Check it out on Github
Collective minds

Solid Softworks is not a company. We are a collective of developers who love technology.

We have separate jobs, but we love making life easier for other developers. Our mission is to get you to your end goal faster.

Latest News

Substituting custom web.config sections with environment variables for docker

You can substitute web.config sections, even custom ones, using the ConfigurationBuilder in System.Configuration.

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March 29, 2019 0

Porting IIS ServiceMonitor to .Net

IIS ServiceMonitor was ported because of a bug in the C++ implementation. It was a fun exercise and the code can be found on github.

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March 25, 2019 1

Adding managed kerberos to an AspNetCore application

Kerberos is a beast. No, not Cerberus the mythical 3-headed dog. We’re talking about the protocol that phonetically shares the same name. It’s been the source of multiple headaches, whether it be IIS configuration on the service machine or trusted sites configuration on the client machine. We’re going to shed some light on this issue and make kerberos negitiation available¬†when you’re application is not running on IIS and even when it’s not running on Windows.

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March 1, 2019 0
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