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I live with my family in the rolling hills of Northeastern Pennsylvania. I'm a web developer by trade, but have broad experience in various business areas. Want to know more about me?
On Thursday, Amazon held their annual hardware event. They announced several new devices such as new Echo, Echo Show, Eero, and Luna. Several of the items can be pre-ordered. There were also several announcements by Ring, a security company owned by Amazon, including a new at-home drone camera and a new car camera that utilizes the Amazon Sidewalk network. Below you’ll find a list of new or updated devices with their release date, if it’s available:Read More
I had a need the other day to trigger an Azure Logic App from a GitHub pull request that was merged and completed. Unfortunately, Logic Apps continue to have only a handful of pre-defined connectors for GitHub:Read More
In recent years, the REST architecture style has been used heavily with web services. Providers of REST web services may need to allow for multiple versions as they may have customers who cannot support a new version or may be testing a new feature. There are plenty of folks that feel passionate about whether or not versioning should take place using REST. Since 2016, there have been many enhancements to a GitHub project called
aspnet-api-versioning. In this post, I’ll cover some of the latest enhancements and how to use the package for .NET Core.
Earlier this week, I needed to run a web project that I was modifying in Visual Studio Code. I couldn’t use
dotnet run or
npm start as it was a classic ASP.NET application. What I really needed was to host it inside of IIS but I didn’t want to open up Visual Studio 2019 and run it there. I had not realized that someone ported IIS Express to Visual Studio Code. After a quick search, I found that someone was Warren Buckley. At over 65,000 installs and over 4.5 rating, it is definitely a beneficial add-on. Check it out in the Visual Studio marketplace by visiting https://jasong.us/35DsCbU