Detailing ASP.NET Core in Azure App Service

ASP.NET core is the next generation development standard for the .NET world – may be that’s how I like to express it. Every ASP.NET Core application is a DNX (.NET Execution Environment) application. When you create an ASP.NET Core application in Visual Studio (VS) 2015, it creates the project targeted at both the .NET Framework... Continue Reading →

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Securing your Azure Web Apps FTP Endpoints

Web Apps are my favorite PaaS offering in Azure. They are simple yet powerful, but the way how Azure handles the Web App FTP Deployment Credentials is not that nifty and better you should know and understand that. If you find very lazy to read the entire post, you can jump to the summary section... Continue Reading →

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