Azure Tip: Installing and using the Azure CLI in VSCode

1. Install the Azure CLI Tools extension in vscode If you don't already have the Azure CLI installed, you can open the link to the landing page directly from vscode (or use the link above): Choose your platform and install. 2. Start working with the Azure CLI Tools extension in vscode Once this extension is installed, it's pretty straight forward to get started. I have a lot of files, configurations and common commands that I run on a daily basis with my production and dev tenants; With the support of vscode and the integrated CLI it's easier to ensure correctness…

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Azure Resource Manager tools for Visual Studio Code

Azure Resource Manager tools for Visual Studio Code

Tip of the day... If you're the Visual Studio Code kind of person, and you design Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates for your Azure infrastructure, this extension might come in handy. The Azure Resource Manager Tools extension for Visual Studio Code is a light-weight alternative to the Visual Studio Enterprise template design interface. Install and Enable Azure Resource Manager Tools for VS Code From within Visual Studio Code, bring up the command menu (F1 on Windows) and enter ext install and hit Enter: Use the search box and enter azurerm and search for it, and install the extension as seen…

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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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Creating an ASP.NET 5 site with Visual Studio Code - Part 1: Ensure pre-requisites

Creating an ASP.NET 5 site with Visual Studio Code - Part 1: Ensure pre-requisites

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 This is an article series about building asp.net 5 web applications using Visual Studio Code. In this article series I will simply focus on preparing your developer machine with the tools and utilities required for creating asp.net 5 applications. I am focusing on Visual Studio Code rather than full blown Visual Studio because I want to…

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