It is possible to quickly create a process to build and package DNN Extensions using Azure DevOps. This post explores options to automatically version, build, and package DNN Extensions.Read Full Article
With all of the change being introduced with .NET Core, I take a moment to share my perspective on what I think the future holds for those of us in the .NET space.Read Full Article
It is possible to deploy DNN Platform in a manner that supports geo-redundant operations, however, there are multiple items that need to be evaluated and resolved to do so safely.Read Full Article
Azure App Services support many technologies, and are configured to be "quick start". This is great for getting going, but might expose you to more than an acceptable amount of risk in the long-term.Read Full Article
Code coverage analysis is great, but what is even better is to include this information in your Azure DevOps builds. You can quickly add this functionality to your project with a small change.Read Full Article
So, you have to upgrade to .NET Core 2.1, but it failed! Now, what do we do? Quick fixes to common errors.Read Full Article
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