Ngrok is now widely being used. From simple web development up to complex development. Is hard to run Ngrok everytime you are coding specially when using IIS Express that if not configured to use a specific IP it will generate random port which is a hard to map.
Thankfully there is a plug-in for our beloved Visual Studio to integrate this.
With Ngrok Extension we only open our Visual Studio solution and navigate to Tool>Start ngrok Tunnel and it will create a tunnel for the websites under your solution.
Have you experienced coding and all of a sudden when on windows 10 you experienced that MM/dd/yyyy is not a valid date? This is because of the culture that is default implemented on your device, in this case on my device with Windows 10 Pro. To cause of this is the machine is by default is using dd/MM/yyyy and in this case apps that we are developing is having this kind of issue.
Thank fully the fastest way to fix is via the web.config with the following code:
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I have been searching on the net of a Mediafire API for C#. I gently saw this API from Google. It has a note that it needs Resharper so I think you need that plugin before you can use it. As for the testing I don’t have any Resharper yet so I can test it myself so I have decided to publish it here so you can use and try it. You may give some feed back of your trying and share it to the world!