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Web Components (Part 2) – Integration into React

According to their idea, Web Components can be used independently of JavaScript frameworks. While this works with Angular, for example, with just a few steps without problems, the situation with React is unfortunately a bit different.​ Why this is so and how to solve the problem is explained in this blog post.

Web
7 min

WCF Alternatives (Part 4) – Summary

In the last blog post of the series on alternatives for the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), we are going to recapitulate and compare them once again.

Web,.NET
3 min

WCF Alternatives (Part 3) – Instructions for the Migration from WCF to gRPC

This post will address gRPC as a possible alternative, and describe, step by step, how a migration from WCF to gRPC can be done.

Web,.NET
7 min

WCF Alternatives (Part 2) – Instructions for the Migration from WCF to Web API

This post will first address ASP.NET Core Web API as a possible alternative, and describe, step by step, how a migration from WCF to ASP.NET Core Web API can be done.

Web,.NET
6 min

WCF Alternatives (Part 1) – Introduction

The Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a communication platform for the creation of distributed applications developed by Microsoft for the .NET Framework. Microsoft generally recommends two alternatives, gRPC and Web API, to replace WCF.

Web,.NET
3 min

Web Components (Part 1) – Building Your Own Components

So-called “web components” are one way of building reusable UI components for web applications. Unlike common single-page app frameworks such as React or Angular, the component model is based on web standards

Web
7 min

Scalable Web Development with Micro Front-ends

The demand for the realization of complex business applications by means of state-of-the-art web technologies is continuously growing. Microservices help to split complex applications into smaller, more controllable components, enabling a clearer separation and thus a more agile approach.

Web
2 min

Automated Website Layout Testing with Galen

Galen is a framework for automated website layout testing. With Galen the user can formulate his test specifications using his own program code.

Quality Assurance,Web,Java
4 min

Let’s Talk About Security – SQL Injection

Many developers are still scratching their heads, wondering how such a simple method of attack could make it to the top of the list of security vulnerabilities.

Quality Assurance,Web
5 min

Let’s Talk About Security – Validate All Input

The objective of validation is to verify that the data entering the system do not cause any damage or cause information to be leaked.

Quality Assurance,Web
7 min