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A/B Testing with Azure App Service

January 29, 2021 by Anuraj

Azure AppService A/B Testing

A/B Testing feature helps you to test new website content, processes, workflows, etc. by routing the traffic into multiple slots. At a very high level, you route your users into different two deployments of code and measure the success of each version of the site based on your requirements. Azure App Service helps us to set up it very quickly with the help of Deployment Slots.

How to use FastReport Open Source in ASP.NET Core

January 28, 2021 by Anuraj

AspNetCore Reporting FastReport

If you’re coming from VB6 / Winforms world, one of the challenge in ASP.NET Core is lack of reporting tools. In VB6, Crystal reports was there. And if I am not wrong it was part of some Visual Studio versions. I was exploring a free reporting tool for one of old companies as they were planning to move their VB6 app to ASP.NET Core and Cloud. So lets explore Fast Report Open Source.

Scaffold an entire .NET 5 Web API using Wrapt

January 01, 2021 by Anuraj

WebApi AspNetCore Scaffolding

This post is about scaffolding an entire .NET 5 Web API with a simple yaml or json file using Wrapt, which helps you can focus on the high value features in your web app. Recently I came across this tool which helps you to scaffold a Web API application in Clean architecture with Open API documentation, unit tests and integration tests by providing a YAML or JSON file.

How to configure Postman API tests in Azure DevOps

December 19, 2020 by Anuraj

Azure Postman API Testing

This post is configuring Postman API tests in Azure DevOps. Postman makes API development easy. Postman platform offers the tools to simplify each step of the API building process and streamlines collaboration so you can create better APIs faster. In this post I am discussing about configuring Postman API testing in Azure DevOps and GitHub actions.

Running Playwright on Azure Functions

December 10, 2020 by Anuraj

Azure Playwright Serverless Nodejs

This post is about Running Playwright on Azure Functions and deploying it to Azure. Playwright is a Node.js library to automate Chromium, Firefox and WebKit with a single API. Playwright is built to enable cross-browser web automation that is ever-green, capable, reliable and fast. Since it is a Node.js library I am creating this azure function in Javascript. This function will read a URL as input parameter and converts that URL into a PDF file. So first I am creating an Azure function with Javascript.

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