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Deploying PHP Applications to Azure App Service with Azure DevOps

October 20, 2021 by Anuraj

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This post is about deploying PHP applications to Azure App Service with Azure DevOps. Recently I had to deploy PHP application to Azure App Service. You can deploy it to Azure App Service using FTP, since there is no compilation steps required. If you’re using Composer - Dependency Manager for PHP, you need to run the composer install before deploying the files to app service via FTP. Instead of using deploying FTP deploy the app, I choose to implement a deployment pipeline, so that I don’t want to share the FTP credentials to the developer. And if I enable continuous integration - when ever developer commit some changes, can be deployed automatically to the app service.

Deploying Angular with ASP.​NET MVC 5 on IIS

September 30, 2021 by Anuraj

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This blog post is about Deploying Angular with ASP.NET MVC 5 on IIS. Recently I saw one discussion in K-MUG and I had to consult for an issue on deploying Angular with ASP.NET MVC on IIS. So I thought of writing a blog post around it. In this blog post I am using Angular 12 and ASP.NET MVC 5. First I am creating an ASP.NET MVC project and then creating an Angular project using ng new command. I created an ASP.NET MVC project using Visual Studio and in the root folder I created an Angular project using ng new Frontend --minimal command. Once it is done, I am adding Bootstrap to the Angular project using npm install Bootstrap command in the Frontend folder. Next I am modifying the project.json file to use Bootstrap style and script. Also I modified the output path property to Scripts/Dist - here is the code inside Angular.json file.

The workflow must be associated with an integration account - Azure Logic App

September 14, 2021 by Anuraj

Azure LogicApps Serverless NoCode

This blog post is about fixing an error while using Execute Javascript code step in Azure Logic Apps. While working a Azure Logic app, I faced this issue - I am using a script which converts the RSS feed categories / tags and convert it to hashtags. But when I tried to save the Logic App, I got an error like this.

OData (Open Data Protocol) in ASP.NET 6.0

September 13, 2021 by Anuraj

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OData (Open Data Protocol) is an ISO/IEC approved, OASIS standard that defines a set of best practices for building and consuming RESTful APIs. This post is about implementing OData (Open Data Protocol) in ASP.NET 6.0. OData RESTful APIs are easy to consume. The OData metadata, a machine-readable description of the data model of the APIs, enables the creation of powerful generic client proxies and tools. Unfortunetly OData is not available as part of Minimal APIs. So first let’s create a Web API application using the dotnet new webapi command. Once you created the API project add reference of Microsoft.AspNetCore.OData package.

Working with DevOps friendly EF Core Migration Bundles

September 11, 2021 by Anuraj

EFCore DevOps

This post is about EF Core migration bundles, which is a devops friendly way to deploy your database migrations. Currently you can deploy your EF Core migrations either using Code Approach where is you can call the migrations with C# code and another approach is using generating scripts and deploying the scripts using SQL CLI tools - I did some one blog post on how to deploy your EF Core database changes in Azure DevOps - it is using the EF Core script approach. The scripting remains a viable option for migrations. For those who choose the code approach, and to mitigate some of the risks associated with the command line and application startup approaches, the EF Core team introduced the migration bundles in EF Core 6.0 Preview 7.

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