TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7.8 – Deploy Completed

NOTICE: The TGIMBA git hub repository has been corrupted and I had to start over.  The link to the repository is here -> Git  Code Commit With that error fixed (see https://erichelin.wordpress.com/2018/06/17/tgimba-net-core-upgrade-part-7-7-deploy-continued-and-some-additional-unit-tests/), I enthusiastically set my sights on the second error because if your project doesn’t ultimately work on production, what’s the point? However, this proved… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7.8 – Deploy Completed

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7.7 – Deploy Continued And Some Additional Unit Tests

NOTICE: The TGIMBA git hub repository has been corrupted and I had to start over.  The link to the repository is here -> Git  Code Commit Welcome back!   Well, its been another post that has taken me longer than I have anticipated 🙂 In this post, I going to discuss additional unit tests I added as… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7.7 – Deploy Continued And Some Additional Unit Tests

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7.6 – Quick Deploy

After completing the last blog post, I started digging into how to deploy a .NET Core application.  In the previous version, I would either just copy the web folder up to the server and it would run if I had to do it quickly.  Using the AWS Code Pipeline  deployment process used something similar.  However,… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7.6 – Quick Deploy

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7.5 – TGIMBA User Interface – Dashboard

NOTICE: The TGIMBA git hub repository has been corrupted and I had to start over.  The link to the repository is here -> Git  Code Commit I know it has been a while, but I am back on the .Net Core The Globe In My BucketList Application (TGIMBA) upgrade. The last version of TGIMBA used .NET… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7.5 – TGIMBA User Interface – Dashboard

Full Stack Developer – Part 6 – JavaScript Validation

Git Code 1 For the final post in this series, I are going to add JavaScript. When it comes to web applications, JavaScript traditionally has been used for client side validation. Other uses can include animations and/or other user interactions that did not require a call back to the server. While an animation is appealing,… Continue reading Full Stack Developer – Part 6 – JavaScript Validation

Full Stack Developer – Part 5 – Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Added

Today, we are going to make what we have done so far look ‘pretty’ 🙂 More specifically, the User Interface (UI). For this web application, I am going to pick some colors that look good together and using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), add them to the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) controls as well as arrange… Continue reading Full Stack Developer – Part 5 – Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Added