Your first Azure Active Directory tenant

In this short blog I will demonstrate how to create your first Azure AD tenant. Next blog post will describe how to use this tenant with your application. The definition on Microsoft page says that Azure Azure Active directory is: Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is Microsoft’s multi-tenant, cloud based directory and identity management service. Azure AD combines core director…

By Dawid on (tags: active, azure, directory, categories: azure)

New feature of .NET Core 2 – Razor Pages

If you are looking for another way of building web applications then Razor Pages are for you! Razor Pages are page based programming model for ASP.NET Core MVC and they makes page focused scenarios easier and more productive.

By Dawid on (tags: .NET Core 2.0, Pages, razor, categories: code)

Usage of response compression in ASP.NET Core 1.1

When you’ve limited network bandwidth or you are unable to use the Dynamic Compression module in IIS then ASP.NET Core 1.1 comes with rescue. ASP.NET Core team provides a middleware to handle response compression. All modern browsers support multiple compression schemes such as deflate and gzip. Using this feature in your web application can improve overall user experience. Pac…

By Dawid on (tags: compression, middleware, .NET Core 1.1, response, categories: code)

TFS 2017 copy build definition template between team projects

Over a year ago I’ve presented a solution to copy build definitions between team projects in new Team Foundation Server 2015. That was a workaround for missing functionality in TFS, so there was no standard way to save the build definition as a template and reuse it outside the scope of current team project. Well, in TFS 2017 it hasn’t change yet…

By Mirek on (tags: build definition, Powershell, tfs, vNext, VSO, categories: tools, infrastructure)