Welcome to my blog.  My name is Jon Seeley and I’m a full-stack senior software engineer.  I’ve been working in a Microsoft-based technology stack since .NET 1.0.  Throughout my career I’ve primarily focused on the web stack (ASP.NET WebForms, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Core, heck even Silverlight).  On the front-end I’ve used jQuery, angularJS, Angular, and React.  My experience has also crossed boundaries into WinForms, WPF, WCF Services and console applications.  I’m sharing here some of what I’ve learned and continue to learn.  Learn more about me.

Recent Posts

Session management in DotNetCore web applications

Last month we talked about Cookie management in DotNetCore web applications and introduced a generic cookie service. Today we're going ...
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/ .NET, ASP.NET, DotNetCore

Automatically scrolling React component into view upon render

You've just finished up your fancy new React component and got it into the workflow. You now perform an action ...
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/ JavaScript, React

Throttling requests in DotNetCore web applications

Last year I worked on a team migrating a large application to ASP.NET Core from ASP.NET MVC 5. Among our ...
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/ ASP.NET, DotNetCore, IIS, queuing, throttling

Cookie management in DotNetCore web applications

For those of us used to cookies in traditional ASP.NET the switch to ASP.NET Core might leave us scratching our ...
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Creating a styled checkbox using React

Checkboxes are boring. Checkboxes are bland. You have a designer hand over the design for the new website you're working ...
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/ css, fontawesome, JavaScript, React