Solving ASP.NET Core running on Azure App Service causing 500.30 ANCM In-Process Start Failure

Solving ASP.NET Core running on Azure App Service causing 500.30 ANCM In-Process Start Failure

Recently I attempted to re-deploy and replicate some of the infrastructure I have running and deploy the same version of the source to a new Slot in an Azure App Service. I hit the error message below: Azure App Service presenting the 500.30 error message on ASP.NET Core 3Following the link (here), gives us an indication of what the error is about: The worker process fails. The app doesn't start. The ASP.NET Core Module attempts to start the .NET Core CLR in-process, but it fails to start. The cause of a process startup failure can usually be…

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Running .NET 5 on Azure App Services

Running .NET 5 on Azure App Services

I recently had a few discussions about some heavily-loaded Blazor apps I've built. They are all running on .NET Core 3.1, but I am attempting to get them up to .NET 5 (Preview). In these discussions, it came up that it wasn't at the time of our dialogs, possible to publish to Azure App Services with success. However, it seems that it works now - but again, it is a preview. Expect changes, perhaps even breaking changes, and don't ship to production just yet - at least that's what I'd recommend. I have successfully upgraded two out of eight…

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From zero to Hero: Building .NET Core (ASP.NET 5) applications to run inside Docker containers

From zero to Hero: Building .NET Core (ASP.NET 5) applications to run inside Docker containers

In this post I will discuss how to create a .NET Core application (ASP.NET 5) and build a Docker image that contains our application, and then deploy that to a cloud service of our choice. In my case the cloud services are Azure and Heroku. This post will cover how to create the project, create your docker images and run them on your development box through Docker. In the next two posts I will walk through the steps for deploying the containers to Azure and Heroku. I will be using Visual Studio Code as I do more and more.…

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Building an ASP.NET 5 web application (.NET Core) and host it in the Heroku cloud

Building an ASP.NET 5 web application (.NET Core) and host it in the Heroku cloud

This post is about how you can bring your ASP.NET 5 website (or build a new one using the asp.net Yeoman generator) up into the Heroku cloud. It's super quick, smooth and easy experience to deploy it using a third-party build pack. Tag along though this post, and let me know in the comments what your thoughts are. Note: If you haven't read the previous post about Building a MEAN (MongoDB, ExpressJs, Angular and Node.js) API app using TypeScript and host it with Heroku, I would suggest you check it out. Part 1: Setup the git repository…

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Creating an ASP.NET 5 site with Visual Studio Code - Part 3: Adding npm packages and automating tasks with Gulp (adding Office UI Fabric)

Creating an ASP.NET 5 site with Visual Studio Code - Part 3: Adding npm packages and automating tasks with Gulp (adding Office UI Fabric)

ASP.NET 5 introductory article series navigation: Part 1: Ensure installation of pre-requisites Part 2: Create your Visual Studio Code project using Yeoman Part 3: Adding npm packages and automatic tasks with Gulp – adding Office UI Fabric Part 4-n: Coming soon… Introduction Wow, that was a very long title for a blog post. With that said, this post will cover a range of fun things, including this: Using Node Package Manager (npm) to install the Office UI Fabric package Using Gulp to automatically copy the distribution files we need into the wwwroot folder Figuring out how Visual Studio Code can…

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Creating an ASP.NET 5 site with Visual Studio Code - Part 2: Create your Visual Studio Code project using Yeoman

Creating an ASP.NET 5 site with Visual Studio Code - Part 2: Create your Visual Studio Code project using Yeoman

ASP.NET 5 introductory article series navigation: Part 1: Ensure installation of pre-requisites Part 2: Create your Visual Studio Code project using Yeoman Part 3: Adding npm packages and automatic tasks with Gulp – adding Office UI Fabric Part 4-n: Coming soon… Introduction In Part 1 of this article series I walked through how you prepare your environment for development with asp.net 5 and Visual Studio Code. Here, in Part 2 of this article series when we have the proper tools installed, I’ll show the required steps to get up and running with a new ASP.NET 5 web…

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