TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 8 – Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment – Part 4 – Build Artifact Correctly Built using VSTS

Git  Code Commit 1 Git  Code Commit 2 Welcome back!  In this post, I am continuing with setting up a .NET Core Angular 4 The Globe In My BucketList Application (TGIMBA) Continuous Integration Continuous Deployment (CICD) pipeline using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). To recap, in the last post I was able to correct a… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 8 – Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment – Part 4 – Build Artifact Correctly Built using VSTS

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 8 – Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment – Part 3 – Building On Visual Studio Team Services Continued – Tests and more (pre-deploy)

Git  Code Commit 1 Git  Code Commit 2 Welcome back! This post picks up in the next step of automating The Globe In My Bucket List Application (TGIMBA) into a Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CICD) pipeline. I have chosen Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) since (in my experience) the .NET ecology is easier to use on… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 8 – Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment – Part 3 – Building On Visual Studio Team Services Continued – Tests and more (pre-deploy)

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 8 – Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment – Part 2 – Building On Visual Studio Team Services

Git  Code Commit Welcome back! Today, I am going to take the steps (as many as I can) and move then to a cloud provider. I thought about using Amazon’s code pipeline. If you remember, I did one for the .NET 4.6.x The Globe In My Bucket Application(TGIMBA) release. The details on that are here:… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 8 – Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment – Part 2 – Building On Visual Studio Team Services

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 8 – Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment – Part 1 – Local Batch File

Git  Code Commit This blog takes the manual process (see below at the bottom of this post) and automates it using a batch file. The one exception is ftp’ing the distribution to my production server.  This process is so dependent on Visual Studio 2017 build tools (see caveats below), that I am pretty sure I… Continue reading TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 8 – Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment – Part 1 – Local Batch File

TGIMBA .NET Core Upgrade – Part 7.8 – Deploy Completed

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 a lot more difficult than I thought it would have been.  I did get it deployed where the Angular 4 site worked,… 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

Welcome back!   Well, its been another post that has taken me longer than I have anticipated 🙂  Commit details are here: Git  Code Commit 1 Git  Code Commit 2 Git  Code Commit 3 In this post, I going to discuss additional unit tests I added as well as show how I overcame an error when… 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