Legacy software is fun. Sometimes we need to update code to enable new authentictaion methods. In todays adventure our intrepid developer heads off on the quest to get the legacy .net framework 4.6.1 WinForms app working with the new user store,
Once again we enter the scene with the developer manager trying to figure out what the best way to secure the applications are. This one is different from the API gateway since it is meant for users and not just automated access. The additional wrinkle is that as part of this project we wanted to add SSO to our reporting portal, a soon to be built order entry portal, and a client invoicing portal. So three different apps, one being migrated from Web Forms, one a third party product, and…
When working in multi-tenant systems being able to swap implementations based on which client is logged in can be very helpful.
When setting up this blog I wanted to try something. Could I set up a static site using just an iPad instead of my desktop. This wasn’t an experiment to see if I could replace my desktop, this was because my kids didn’t want to stop playing their computer games long enough for me to get this up and running. I had an iPad laying around and a Bluetooth keyboard and time. I spent so much time wondering if I could, I never though if I should.