ng2azure

Git Deploying a Bundled Angular 2 App using Angular CLI to Microsoft Azure

In this screencast I use the angular-cli tool for the first time to package an angular2 app for production before git deploying it to Microsoft Azure. Screencast Angular CLI The CLI is at the moment of writing in beta and very much still a work in progress. It’s an excellent tool imho for scaffolding a […]

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Angular 2 Upgrading to new 3.0 Router

In this episode we upgrade the ng2play repo to leverage the new 3.0 router and implement a route guard to protect components that require authentication. Here’s the entire changeset, not that bloody considering the changes but this is also a very small application. Screencast Defining Routes With the old router we decorated our app component […]

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Structured Logging with AspNet Core using Serilog and Seq

In this episode we take a first look at structured logging from an AspNet Core application using Serilog and Seq. Screencast Adding Serilog Configuring the web app to leverage serilog only requires 3 simple steps. First make sure to get the nuget packages by adding these lines to your packages.json. “Serilog.Extensions.Logging”: “1.0.0-rc2-*”, “Serilog.Sinks.RollingFile”: “2.0.0-rc-*”, “Serilog.Sinks.Seq”: […]

ng2seed

Getting Started with Angular2 RC1 and AspNet Core 1.0 RC2 using VisualStudio 2015 and Gulp

In this weeks screencast we start on a new page, to create a new angular2 and aspnet core seed project using the latest release candidate versions. My earlier series contains many upgrade from beta x to beta y episodes, even alphas, it’s starting to become messy to follow, hence the file new project. Make sure […]

ng2rc1

Upgrading to Angular 2 RC1 from beta – lessons learned

I recently upgraded my ng2 play repo from beta 15 to rc1 and I ran into a couple of things I thought would be nice to share since I’ve been getting quite a few mails about it. angular2 -> @angular To begin with all of the packages are now distributed under the @angular npm scope. […]

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Azure Cloud Service Install Certificate Into Trusted Root Certificate Authorities Store with Azure Startup Task

Here’s a guide on how to install a certificate into Trusted Root Certificate Authorities store for Azure Cloud Services. What we want to solve In our case we had a web role (web app) that needed to communicate with a third party that we didn’t control, they were using a self signed certificate and required […]