Custom response caching in ASP.NET Core

Cache invalidation is the process that entries in the cache which can be replaced or removed. The server cannot force the new version of the page to be used instead of the cached page, once the page is cached in the browser. So, pages likely to change cannot be cached for a very long time at the client and we cannot change this too. On the server-side, built-in response caching does not permit cache invalidation. Same cache duration for both for instructing the browser to cache the...

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A Glimpse on New Asp.Net Technologies

From the past few years, technology has changed a lot and the scope of demand on Microsoft technology for project developments is quite high. Asp.net technology has proved as one of the most preferred choices among .Net software development companies. Talking about the new ASP.NET technologies, Microsoft has recently launched Blazor Web Assembly 3.2.0. The new instances in the race are Blazor Assembly, .NET Core, .Net 5, Azure Kubernetes services, and so on. In this article, you...

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