After WEEKS. Finally figured out how to use cookie auth and JWT auth side by side in #aspnet core.
GAAHH. Why does Asp.net Core have such unbelievably difficult to use auth
I just learned how amazing the #Auth0 documentation is. Not only do they have a plethora of various tutorial articles, but they also allow you to log into your account so that the code examples are prefilled with your configuration settings.
From someone trying out io_uring:
Danke #geizhals.de dafür das ihr meine Do Not Track respektiert, und automatisch nur die notwendigen cookies akzeptiert, und die nutzloses werbe cookies überhaupt nicht anzeigt.
Thank you geizhals.de for respecting my privacy and Do Not Track header by automatically only accepting necessary cookies and not showing me the useless list of advertisers.
I feel I must mention the good in the world in these times:
My neighbor is wheelchair bound, and has a very helpful dog that tries to help by picking things up for her. Today the dog got separated from her and was sitting in the building waiting to be let in.
The delivery man that usually delivers packages got worried when no one answered the door, and called for help.
But, happy ending, she just took a turn while the dog was temporarily looking away, and they were reunited shortly after help arrived
Full Stack .NET web dev.
Advocate of F# and functional programming
Can plug in a USB plug on the first try (USB-C)
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