IIS XML Transformation with Azure DevOps

I was preparing a demo about IIS XML Transformation inside a CD pipeline with Azure DevOps. It's very likely that if you're working with an ASP.Net project with default values the Azure App Service Deploy Task will fail. After some googling I found that this is documented here. The trick is to remove the <DependendUpon> … Continue reading IIS XML Transformation with Azure DevOps

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

Sviluppo nel mondo MS (aprile 2017)

Disclaimer: non ho idea di cosa sto parlando, sono in una fase di brainstorming e potrei dire le più alte stupidaggini. Quindi se io volessi sviluppare un’app partendo da foglio bianco nel 2017 restando nell’ecosistema degli strumenti Microsoft posso scegliere tra: .NET Framework 4.6(.2): il famosissimo Framework standard e completissimo che tutti conosciamo per applicazioni … Continue reading Sviluppo nel mondo MS (aprile 2017)