Setup basic CI/CD for a Suave .Net Core 2.0 application running on an Azure App Service – Part II

< Part 1 you’ll need to read this first 😉 Setup continuous integration Now for the second part, setting up ci and cd. Warm up that mouse because this requires a lot of clicking around in VSTS. Connect VSTS to GitHub The first thing we’re gonna do is to connect VSTS to GitHub. To do this go to settings >… Read more »

Setup basic CI/CD for a Suave .Net Core 2.0 application running on an Azure App Service – Part I

Introduction Well I started this to learn F#, but I haven’t written a lot of lines of code yet. Before the real dive into F# I wanted to test out my stack, I wanted to use a lot of new technologies because… shiny new things. So I tried using all technologies with the volume set to 11, as latest as… Read more »

Getting started with F# and Visual Studio Code on Windows – Part III Create, run and debug a F# Console application

Part I Introduction Part II Installation development environment Part III Create, run and debug a F# Console application The first step is now to create a console application with the Command Palette, press CTRL + Shift + P, type F#: New Project Then, select console. After you can type a project directory or leave blank. After a last dialog, the… Read more »

Getting started with F# and Visual Studio Code on Windows – Part II Installation development environment

Part I Introduction Part II Installation development environment Part III Create, run and debug a F# Console application The initial goal was to do a simple Hello World with F# + Suave, I quickly found out my initial dev rig had some issues. So, I decided to start with a clean Windows Virtual Machine and then install it piece by… Read more »

Getting started with F# and Visual Studio Code on Windows – Part I Introduction

Part I Introduction Part II Installation development environment Part III Create, run and debug a F# Console application For more than a year I’m a spectator of the F# community, eager to learn something new but as a dad of two young boys no time & energy to really dive into to the material. Luckily, children do grow and a… Read more »

Create a Builder with Fluent API and C#

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Having already read about this elsewhere, I still thought this stuff too much fun to not blog about: creating a builder with fluent API. You can read more about the subject on internet, this blog is just code 🙂 The code is an example implementation, it’s about the concepts. It is a stripped down but pimped version of an implementation I did at a client I… Read more »

Open XML – Setting multiple Picture Content Controls by Tag name, without going crazy

For a project I was working on I had to generate some documents on the server. Not wanting to install Microsoft Word on the server because, well let’s not go there, I’ll have to use bad words; I decided to use Open XML. I started a little C# project to see how this stuff works. At first you frown a… Read more »

Using Custom Task Forms with Nintex Workflow – Example Solution

This is the follow-up post for the Using Custom Task Forms with Nintex Workflow and is an example implementation of the custom task form using dynamic loaded user controls. The way this works is that the CustomForm.aspx is called by the Nintex workflow task along with some parameters. With this a context is created containing some variables associated with the… Read more »