WCF config to avoid content-length error

Low quality blog post. This is a personal note/reminder. I quickly post here a reference WCF config file to avoid the content-lenght error when uploading some content. The key config section here was <system.webServer></system.webServer> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <!-- For more information on how to configure your ASP.NET application, please visit https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=169433 --> <configuration> <system.web> <compilation … Continue reading WCF config to avoid content-length error

How to fix 8000000A error when building VDPROJ

The Microsoft Visual Studio Setup Project is an old technology to create installer developed by Microsoft. It is out of support from nearly a decade and not present in Visual Studio anymore but when I visit customer sites I find legacy technologies and I need to deal with it on the short-term. A couple of … Continue reading How to fix 8000000A error when building VDPROJ

Visual Studio Debug – Tips And Tricks – Part 1

We use Visual Studio many hours a day but can we say that we know all the tips and tricks? Here I share a brief collection of 3 debugging tips that I collected. Step into specific This feature is helpful when we have a situation like below. We set a breakpoint in line 9 and … Continue reading Visual Studio Debug – Tips And Tricks – Part 1

CQRS by Example – Simple ASP.Net CORE implementation

In this blog post we're going to explore a simple ASP.Net Core CQRS WebApi project. The code for this tutorial exposes a demonstrative API to manage a blog. The source code is available on my GitHub account. This post continues from the introduction post about CQRS. Get started To follow this tutorial the first thing … Continue reading CQRS by Example – Simple ASP.Net CORE implementation

Import from JIRA to VSTS in 5 steps

In previous posts I documented some features of VSTS and a few scenarios of Application Lifecycle Management. If you like VSTS it's likely that you want to move your existing project from your current platform to VSTS. I'm currently planning a migration from JIRA to VSTS at work and here I am to share my … Continue reading Import from JIRA to VSTS in 5 steps

VSTS for beginners: release your web-app to Azure

In the previous post of this series dedicated to VSTS we talked about continuous integration. Now we'll talk about publishing our Web-App hosted on Azure with the release management tools provided by VSTS. With this kind of tools we can deploy the latest version of our web-app to Azure in complete automation removing manual procedures … Continue reading VSTS for beginners: release your web-app to Azure

VSTS for beginners: improve quality with continuous integration in 3 easy steps

In this blog post we're going to configure a build process in VSTS to enable continuous integration for our ASP.Net Core example web-app. Continuous integration is a powerful technique to prevent merge-hell and improve quality on the "left" stages of our software production process. In the fast-paced world of development we want to merge into … Continue reading VSTS for beginners: improve quality with continuous integration in 3 easy steps

How to upload images to an ASP NET Core REST service with Xamarin.Forms

With this blog post we continue the exploration of Xamarin.Forms. We'll se how to upload a picture to a RESTful service developed with ASP.NET Core. You can download the entire solution of this example here. Server side (ASP.Net Core) To create a REST service we create an ASP.NET Core Web Application project. We select .NET … Continue reading How to upload images to an ASP NET Core REST service with Xamarin.Forms