Introducing Office 365 Cloud Backup

Takeshi EtoToday we announce the launch of an Office 365 Cloud Backup solution. Many of you subscribe to Microsoft’s Office 365 service for your business or for a personal account. The new Office 365 Cloud Backup service is a comprehensive solution that backs up Exchange email along with attachments, your contacts, calendar and tasks, and also SharePoint, OneDrive, Groups and Teams.

The Office 365 Cloud Backup solution is cost effective starting at $3.34 per month and we are offering a 30 Day FREE Trial.



Email Cloud Backup Solution

Takeshi EtoToday we announce the launch of our Email Cloud Backup solution. Email is one of the most primary methods we all use to communicate and it is vital for our business and personal lives. With all the institutional and personal memories stored deep within our email boxes, we still rarely think about backing up email. And I’m sure we’ve all had situations of panic or frustration when we can’t find that important message, document or picture that was emailed to us.

Enter Email Cloud Backup – Email Cloud Backup is a cost effective solution for backing up your email boxes. Starting at $1 per month, we also offer 30 day FREE Trial.

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SQL 2019 Hosting is available now

Takeshi EtoSQL 2019 is available as a new option for your Shared SQL database in our Shared Cloud Hosting Plans or for Private SQL database servers. You can create shared SQL 2019 databases or order Private SQL servers in your Everleap Control Panel.

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Visit Everleap.com to learn more about our Windows cloud hosting and SQL hosting solutions.



Security Vulnerability Bulletin: Telerik Web UI Controls

Takeshi EtoWe posted this content over on our DiscountASP.NET Blog but we port it over here because we want all our customers to know about a recent rise of hacking activities associated with the Telerik Web UI Control. If you are using Sitefinity, DotNetNuke or have a custom application that uses Telerik controls, please read on.



Styling Tip for Blazor Validation – What, Don’t These Things Bother You Too?

Ray HuangUnfortunately, this blog won’t be about how to get your hair cut during this COVID-19 pandemic, but it will be about one of my pet peeves, THINGS NOT LINING UP!  Or you can say I have OCD.  Whateva! 

As I have been working a lot with Blazor recently, one of things I found annoying was how validation was styled in the default Blazor Server template.  Here I show you how I fixed it.



PHP 7.4 and PHP 7.3 Available

Takeshi EtoPHP 7.4 and PHP 7.3 are both available on the Everleap platform now. You can select the PHP version in the Everleap control panel. In general, PHP 7.4 and PHP 7.3 will give you faster performance than previous versions.

Visit Everleap to learn more about Windows Cloud Hosting



CSS Workaround for BlazorInputFile

Ray HuangOver the past few weeks, I’ve been working on updating an old app (or personal website rather) that I developed by rewriting it in ASP.NET Core Blazor.  I must say, Blazor, has made my life much easier since everything can be written in C#, and I’ve had to use very little Javascript to implement the same features my old site had.  (My old site was very reliant on Javascript and AJAX calls.)  I did run into some issues though and wanted to share this quick tip for those trying to implement an upload feature. 



Everleap Renews Microsoft Silver Partner Status for 2020-2021

Takeshi EtoEverleap successfully renewed our Microsoft Silver Partner status for 2020-2021 – this time with 2 Competencies: Silver Datacenter Solutions competency and the Silver Cloud Hosting Platform Hosting competency.

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A Workaround to Access the Connection String in a .NET Core application

Ray HuangEven with the Stay at Home order due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic, we’re still hard at work here at Everleap.

I haven’t had much time to personally explore development in .NET Core until recently now that I’m staying put.   I started about a week ago, ran through a couple of Microsoft tutorials, and delved right into it.  Immediately, I ran into a roadblock with the connection string because .NET Core doesn’t really make use of the web.config file which I’m used to in .NET Framework.  So, something as simple as assigning a connection string to a string using System.Configuration proved difficult. 

private static 
string connectionString = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["ConnectionString"];

That’s because .NET Core allows you to pull configuration information from a variety of sources.  After researching the matter further on the web and looking at various solutions involving dependency injection and Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration, I couldn’t really find a working solution for what I wanted to do – which was to simply reference it in a class library project apart from the main project (in other words, I couldn’t get the code to work properly in a manner that I am used to), so I developed one of my own solution and am sharing it with you in this post. 



Two-Factor Authentication has Arrived!

Martin Ortega

You asked for it and you shall receive! We have been getting increased requests and questions about support for two-factor authentication (2FA) for the control panel. I’m happy to announce that the answer is now, YES.

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The 2FA system works through a verification code sent via text message. Check out our knowledge base article to learn how to enable 2FA and secure your control panel login, today!



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