I'm starting a series of blog posts where I'll be talking about Blazor and how you can utilize it. In this post, I'll be introducing the current project structure and topics that I will cover.
Bicep is a much cleaner IaC compared to ARM templates. Bicep modules are a great way to reuse and simplify your code. You can host these modules inside an Azure Container Registry to make the modules available across multiple projects.
I'll show you how you can loop through all the existing Azure resource and tag them with the CreatedTime.
I'm exploring Azure Load Testing, how to set it up and use it to test a sample app to measure the impact of a heavy user load on Azure resources.
Version 6.0.0 of my date time picker has finally launched. I'm excited to bring it to you and see what's in store next.
I'm going to give you the keys to unlock the secret of how to use Azure Key Vault in your Azure App Services configuration. We'll use Bicep to deploy our resources and AZ CLI to push values to the Vault.
I turned the Azure Proactive CPU Monitoring setup into a Azure DevOps Task Group, so it can be reused and maintained.
I enabled Proactive CPU Monitoring for an Azure Web App using the Azure PowerShell task in Azure DevOps.
When creating UI/UX components before the API or DB is in place, there are a number of tricks that can be used to simulate an API call. It is easy to change the model on the front end and change how the screen works without needing to update the DB and API.
How to use ngx-toastr with Bootstrap 5 using Bootstrap's built-in toast component.
You can create an HTTP Archive format, or HAR file from Angular to get additional debugging information from your http requests that can be provided from your users.
An update explaining where things are currently with the Tempus Dominus date picker.