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Processing Payments and with Stripe, JavaScript and C# - PCI compliant

The source code and post have been updated to use the latest Stripe.NET API => v4.2 Online payments! We've all used them and some of us may have had the "fortune" implementing them on one website or another. Stripe is the not-so-new kid on the block, since it recently expanded in many countries, that makes this development task a breeze. If you are using .NET, then Stripe.NET is an excellent library that hides away most of the complexity and provides a very nice API. You can get it as a NuGet package or you can check the source …[read more]


Generic Repository with Entity Framework

My first NuGet package and OSS project is live :) What an exciting day! Lots of new releases announced in the last couple of days so why not add to the funfair and release my own OSS? This is a piece of code that I had to develop for a client and it took some effort. During the development of this library I tried to make as generic and modular as possible, which made it quite easy when I decided to share it with the community. The project is now live and there is a public repo on GitHub in hope …[read more]