Blog posts on .NET, Azure, and more.

.NET Core code coverage with Jetbrains dotCover

August 03, 2018 by Anuraj

CodeCoverage .NETCore dotCover

This post is about how to measure .net core code coverage with Jetbrains dotCover. dotCover is a .NET Unit Test Runner and Code Coverage Tool.

Perform CRUD operations using OData in ASP.NET Core

July 21, 2018 by Anuraj

ASP.NET Core OData

This post is about how to perform CRUD operations with OData in ASP.NET Core. On July 2018, Microsoft OData Team is announced general availability (GA) of OData (Open OData Protocol) on ASP.NET Core 2.0.

Building ASP.NET Core apps with Xamarin Forms and Ooui

July 16, 2018 by Anuraj

ASP.NET Core Ooui Xamarin Forms

This post about developing ASP.NET Core apps with Xamarin Forms and Ooui. Xamarin.Forms exposes a complete cross-platform UI toolkit for .NET developers. Build fully native Android, iOS, and Universal Windows Platform apps using C# in Visual Studio. And Ooui is a small cross-platform UI library that brings the simplicity of native UI development to the web. In the background, it is also using WebAssembly, like Blazor. Here is a simple console app, which is running a Xamarin Forms code in self hosted mode.

Running console applications in Windows containers

July 10, 2018 by Anuraj

Docker Hangfire

Hangfire is framework which helps to perform background operations in .NET and .NET Core. By default, Hangfire will be configured along with the application, but you need to configure the Web App to run Always running. For better scalability and separation of concerns, it is recommended to move the job processing from web application to a different process. Hangfire supports two modes, one as a Console application and as Windows Service. In this blog post I am using Console app approach.

Generate code quality report using VSTS task

July 04, 2018 by Anuraj

VSTS PowerShell

While implementing CI for one of the project, I implemented code quality check using Resharper Code Quality Analysis task. This task can fail the build, but this task will not generate a report. Since this task is internally using Inspectcode.exe, it will be able to generate the output XML file. In this post, I am writing a simple PowerShell script, which can be used as task, which will generate html report.

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