#CodeTalk – Writing Secure .Net Web Apps, Maintainable JavaScript & C# Factory Pattern

Web Developer & Web Design Articles You Need to Read

It’s been a little while since the last CodeTalk but this one is back bigger and stronger with more great code examples and articles that have been making the rounds recently. The articles below will be discussing how to keep your .Net Applications secure, an interesting example of a C# Factory Pattern and How to keep your Javascript code manageable and maintainable.

Writing Secure Applications in .NET

As any business knows security is an integral part of any successful enterprise. This great piece goes through a number of key concerns we should be looking at and how to tackle them. Highlights include:

  • Encrypting sensitive data in web.config
  • (XSS) Cross Site Scripting Vulnerabilities
  • Cross Site Resource Forgery
  • Handling Errors Properly
  • SQL Injection
  • Click Jacking

The C# Factory Pattern Implementation

The C# Factory pattern is heavily related to the Java Builder pattern but has never gained as much traction as other patterns. Here is a fantastic article with loads and loads of examples of why you should use it, or at least why you should contemplate it in the future. Abstract classes are very useful when created in the correct way and this guide goes through all the pros to this system.

Writing Maintainable JavaScript Code

Writing JavaScript can be a mess, and refactoring JavaScript is a massive pain!

This awesome read gives you the steps you need to take to get that JavaScript back up to scratch! May it be a legacy system that you need to analyse, or a brand new system you can sculpt to your hearts content. It contains sections on using Linters and JSDoc to document your code as well as integrating unit tests using Karma, Jasmine or Nightwatch.

Let us know what you think of the articles below and if there is any other topics or subjects that you think would be more useful.

 

 

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