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Your web application is running fine, and your users are behaving as expected. Life is good! Read more » Rate limiting is a way to control the amount of traffic that a web application or API receives, by limiting the number of requests that can be made in a given period of time. This can help to improve the performance of the site or application, and to prevent it from becoming unresponsive. Read more » How do you test that your ASP.NET Core Minimal API behaves as expected? Do you need to deploy your application? Can you write tests with frameworks like xUnit, NUnit, or MSTest? Read more » Previously, we saw how you can help the compiler’s flow analysis understand your code, by annotating your code for nullability. Read more »

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A retrospective of how things have gone until year end 2021, and based on that some thoughts on where it should go in 2022.

Man, this is really sad to hear. Luckily, Search My Site isn't going anywhere right now, but costs steadily rising while usage remains steadily low is disheartening. We really need independent infrastructure like this, but we have to find a way to support it without advertisement.

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