TNWiki Article Spotlight – SendGrid with ASP.NET Core

Send Grid LogoWelcome to another Tuesday TNWiki Article Spotlight.

In today’s spotlight, we talk about ASP.NET Core and how we can send an email within an ASP.NET Core solution using a Microsoft Azure service. To do this, we can use a tool call SendGrid.

To understand how to get started with SendGrid, Chilberto has created the article Configuring SendGrid with ASP.Net Core.

As he states in his post, “SendGrid offers a powerful and full-featured solution to email delivery. The service is highly scalable and extremely easy to provision in Azure.” SendGrid provides several pricing plans including a free one that provisions up to 25,000 emails/month. For scenarios of providing email for website registration and forgotten password retrieval, the service is ideal.

Azure LogoIn the article, Chilberto takes the reader through provisioning a SendGrid account in Azure, how to access the API keys, and how to use the service within an ASP.NET Core application.

This post won a silver medal in the Microsoft TechNet Guru Awards: August 2017 under the ASP.NET category.

If you ever wanted to know about SendGrid in Azure, start here.

by Ken Cenerelli (TwitterBlogMSDN ProfileMVP Profile)

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  1. pituach says:

    Thanks for sharing the post with us Ken 🙂

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