Blog posts on .NET, Azure, and more.

Angular Server Side Rendering on Azure Static Web Apps

February 13, 2022 by Anuraj

Azure Angular Static Web Apps

This post is about how implement Angular Server side rendering apps on Azure Static Web Apps. What is server-side rendering - A normal Angular application executes within the browser, rendering pages within the DOM in response to user actions. Angular Universal executes on the server, generating static application pages that later get bootstrapped on the consumer. This implies that the appliance usually renders additional quickly, giving users an opportunity to look at the appliance layout before it becomes totally interactive.

Azure Functions consumption plan naming

January 23, 2022 by Anuraj

Azure Serverless

This post is about how to follow naming conventions for Azure Function consumption plans. Unlike Azure App Services, when we create Azure Functions with consumption plan Azure will create a plan name which you can’t modify. If you’re following certain naming conventions it will be different from what you’re following. Here is an example.

Migrating from ASP.NET Core 5.0 MVC app to 6.0

December 14, 2021 by Anuraj

AspNetCore DotNet6

This post is about how to update an existing ASP.NET Core 5.0 MVC project to ASP.NET Core 6.0. I am sharing my experience while upgrading one of .NET 5.0 project to the .NET 6.0. First we need to upgrade TargetFramework element in the csproj file from net5.0 to net6.0. We can enable other .NET 6.0 framework features as well, like Nullable and ImplicitUsings.

Integration Testing ASP.NET Core 6 Minimal APIs

December 11, 2021 by Anuraj

AspNetCore DotNetCore Testing

This post is about implementing integration testing in ASP.NET Core Minimal APIs. Usually when I talk about Minimal APIs, one of the question I used to get is how to implement integration testing and I saw some questions related to this in Stack Overflow as well. In this blog post I am trying to cover implementing ASP.NET Core integration testing with NUnit Framework. This code is can be used in XUnit as well.

Bring your own functions to Azure Static Web Apps

December 10, 2021 by Anuraj

Azure StaticWebApp Serverless

Azure Static Web Apps APIs are supported by two possible configurations: managed functions and bring your own functions. This post is about using your existing functions in Azure Static Web apps. Bring your own functions is only available in the Azure Static Web Apps Standard plan. By default Azure Static web apps support only HTTP Trigger functions. It is recommended in use cases like if we want to add some extra triggers like CosmosDB or Queue trigger or we need to manage the functions ourself. Once we enable this feature, we can’t use the default functions support in Azure Static Web App.

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