Publish NuGet Package using VSTS Build Pipeline

Generating a nugget package during build is as simple as the following steps: Define the NuGet Specification Pack the NuGet Package Push the NuGet Package to your repository Now the implementation gets a bit tricky. Define the specification You will need to ensure that nuget.exe is in your path. It’s as simple as creating a … Continue reading Publish NuGet Package using VSTS Build Pipeline

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Easy Hack to get a .NET Standard REST API

Everyone’s favorite Visual Studio Feature! LINKED ITEMS! 😊 I literally generated a client using the ‘Add REST API Client’ in the .NET Framework project and the PCL project and then linked them into a .NET Standard project and neither codebases threw compiler errors. However, this is no reason for the good folks on the Visual … Continue reading Easy Hack to get a .NET Standard REST API

Generating a REST API in Visual Studio with the many flavors of .NET

I remember a time when there was just .NET. .NET Framework 1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 3.5, 4.0 etc. but all .NET. Then came Silverlight, Windows Phone Silverlight, Windows Universal-ish, Universal Windows Platform, Xamarin.xyz, .NET Core, .NET Standard. Now my head hurts. Seriously. I just want to build a WebAPI client that I can use in a … Continue reading Generating a REST API in Visual Studio with the many flavors of .NET

Actors Referencing .NET Standard ‘Works On My Machine’

So the age old ‘works on my machine’ is back at it again with Service Fabric Reliable Actors and likely Reliable Services in general (Stateless or Stateful). As you can see from the status my local dev cluster is reporting ‘it works on my machine’. I should be done right? 😊 I have been trying … Continue reading Actors Referencing .NET Standard ‘Works On My Machine’