Im Laufe der Zeit sind viele Webcasts in Form von Video-Tutorials entstanden. Da die Artikel mit der ZEit aus der Historie rutschen, hier nun die komplette gepflegte Liste.
This part continues on the series showing some branching techniques, work item relation to branches and PRs and basic build pipelining using YAML files. Another important thing: This is the first video of codingfreaks which comes with an intro :-).
In this part I show how to create a new project in Azure DevOps. Also I cover important settings on project level and show how to initialize the source code section properly.
This is is the first part of my new series about Azure DevOps. I'm explaining some basic stuff like wordings and prizing, showing different starting points for corporate or private users and guide you through important settings.
After I stumpled over a problem when migrating DevOps projects from TFVC to Git because of existing server-side workspaces I decided to do this short explanation on the background and the solution. You will see tf.exe used against a DevOps organisation.
It took a while to come back to Youtube and meanwhile things have changed in the B2C world a lot. Thats why I decided to make this cast in which I want to highlight some changes and new features. I'll go from there and will add new casts soon.
I show here how to configure AAD as an Identity Provider in B2C. More important: I show how to deal with certain problems espacially the error that the UserID claim is not found. Be aware that this part builds on the first part available at https://youtu.be/M23P7tj_bXA
I already created 2 blogs on this issue under https://codingfreaks.de/aad-b2c-01 and https://codingfreaks.de/aad-b2c-02. This is now the screencast showing creation and basic setup of AAD B2C and usage inside a ASP.NET Core web app. In the end I mentioned a more sophisticated sample on GitHub. Here is the missing link: https://github.com/Azure-Samples/active-directory-b2c-dotnetcore-webapp. Have fun!
My last post about PHP Tools was 5 years ago and I decided to take a first look at the newly available PHP Tools for Visual Studio Code coming from DEVSENSE. The guys did a pretty decent job although this version is preview currently. As I know DEVSENSE there is more to come pretty soon but the current version is already worth a look I think. I show you some points I struggeled with when it came to configuration for debugging and unit testing too.
I decided to do a little comparison between #VisualStudio 2017 and 2019 Preview and show you guys a first glimpse. Thanks to DEVDEER for providing us with the #Azure VM and scaling it on our demand :-). Have fun!
What if you could use a real database seeded with test-data during your unit tests? See how you can implement this at least if you have SQL database from Microsoft running. This cast as usual is related to a blog post at https://wp.me/p6voJn-Ny. Have fun!
I describe the various ways one can bind enumerations of objects inculding pitfalls. The blog article can be found at https://codingfreaks.de/wpf-mvvm-05 and the source code at http://bit.ly/2fGs64L.
This is a somewhat unusual cast in my channel but the problem I solved here costed me like over a year of constant investigation. Luckyly I found the problem which was that the Intel HD 4600 driver is not compatible with Hyper-V environments. Because a downgrade of the driver is needed and this downgrade is somewhat error prone I decided to share my solution with you. I know that this problem occurs on severel notebooks especially ThinkPads, Precisions and Latitudes under Windows 10 with Hyper-V.
In this part I finally wrap up the Web-UI using ASP.NET Identity with a new service layer. I will come up with a final 5th part which will be kind of a summary. The sources can be found at https://github.com/codingfreak/blogsamples/tree/master/AspNetIdentity
In this part I cover implementing the MVC5-Template and wiring up a custom UserManager using a custom UserStore. The sources can be found at https://github.com/codingfreak/blogsamples/tree/master/AspNetIdentity
In this second part of my series I cover the base implementation of Repositories using AutoMapper and AutoFac and I bring in some basic stuff for unit testing. Be usre to check the source code on https://github.com/codingfreak/blogsamples/tree/master/AspNetIdentity
In this first part of the series I'll build up my database in SQL Azure, create a solution from scratch and create some first projects. It's all about SQL Server Database Project, Entity Framework Access Layer and a little test console. This part will discuss the database structure a little bit. It is the foundation for all further parts. The source code is available at https://github.com/codingfreak/blogsamples/tree/master/AspNetIdentity
This is the kickoff screencast for my new 3-Part-Series about clean ASP.NET Identity usage in an architecture which uses a single-responsible REST Facade with no db-connection inside the UI layer. In this part I'll discuss what I'm about to accomplish with my series.
In this fourth part of my series I cover Converters and the MVVM Light Messenger. The source code is available at https://github.com/codingfreak/blogsamples/tree/master/MvvmSample and the blog article can be found under https://codingfreaks.de/wpf-mvvm-04.
I've created a tiny tool (console exe) to get rid of the artifacts of NuGet Package Restore in solutions which where created with Visual Studio 2013 when you switch to VS 2015. The download is available here: http://www.codingfreaks.de/files/NugetRepair_1_0_1.7z The source code can be found at: https://github.com/codingfreak/NugetRepair Have fun!
In this 3rd part I go into details of IDataErrorInfo interface and how you can adjust your classes to get more convenience and maintainability. The source code can be found at https://github.com/codingfreak/blogsamples/tree/master/MvvmSample and the (german) blog entry is at https://codingfreaks.de/wpf-mvvm-03.
I show you some "private" Informations on codingfreaks and how I create my screen casts and my blog. If you are interested in looking behind the curtain and you are not afraid of my very creative English join me on this journey.
In this 2nd part I go into details of INotifyPropertyChanged interface and why it is so important for MVVM and WPF. The source code can be found at https://github.com/codingfreak/blogsamples/tree/master/MvvmSample and the (german) blog entry is at https://codingfreaks.de/wpf-mvvm-02.