.NET Core

Building and running a .NET Core application in a Docker Swarm in Azure, via Docker Cloud

Building and running a .NET Core application in a Docker Swarm in Azure, via Docker Cloud
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Introduction In this article I'll walk you through how to set up a Docker Swarm in Azure through the Docker Cloud service. There's plenty of places to host your docker containers, in this post I'm covering the Docker Cloud option with the Swarm Mode on Azure. I will soon post

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
docker, Azure, .NET Core, .NET
Azure Storage REST API: Authenticate with C#

Azure Storage REST API: Authenticate with C#
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In one of my projects where I've been refactoring a traditional .NET project into a .NET Core project, I used the Azure Storage nugets. As of this posting, the current version of the NuGet supports .NET Core which is awesome - but the dependencies doesn't. Note: Since this was originally

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, REST, .NET Core, NuGet, .NET
Using appsettings.json instead of web.config in .NET Core projects

Using appsettings.json instead of web.config in .NET Core projects
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Recently I was in a discussion with an acquaintance about transforming their projects into .NET Core from their full .NET applications. Some of these apps have a few core helpers, including the very common requirement to read from config files. Most notably it's the web.config or app.config. In

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
.NET Core, .NET
Running Unit Tests for your .NET Core projects in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)

Running Unit Tests for your .NET Core projects in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)
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One of the challenges I was looking to solve recently was running builds in VSTS for .NET Core, and then run any C# unit tests I had in dotnet core. This is pretty straight forward once you've figured out how - so this post is a short one, aiming to

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Testing, .NET Core, MSBuild, VSTS, .NET
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