It may go without saying, but this will be sitting at the heart of your expenses. Azure offers a Pay-as-you-go subscription, where your costs are only associated with the usage of Azure services, alongside Enterprise solutions, aiming at larger companies that can commit to paying more and for a certain period of time, but those can be beneficial (i.e. coupled with O365 Subscription for a lower cost, additional support, discount on certain services, or additional reports) for established companies that have a good understanding of their business needs. More on Azure subscriptions can be found here.
When building a library, it’s useful to test it locally, before even pushing it to a test (and definitely prod) environment. The following tutorial shows all the steps necessary to perform those local tests and see exactly what an end-user will see when using your NuGet package. All this, without leaving your machine!
- Video tutorial
- Setup your environment
- Different ways of packing your library
- Pack using Visual Studio
- Pack using NuGet CLI
- Pack using dotnet CLI
- Release the package locally
- Use your local NuGet package
First, we have to…
Howdy. I’m Pawel and I’m a software engineer by trade and passion. You can find a bit more about myself in the About section, but I’d like to keep this post focused on the motives behind this technical blog and the big picture.
While Software Development is constant learning, it’s also constant re-learning. How many times you catch yourself saying: “I’ve seen this one before”, but you can’t quite recall how to find a solution and end up wasting time going around the same loop over and over again?
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string. If you need to access its properties, convert it to a view model or manipulate it any other way, you have to convert it to a C# object. When dealing with an operation like this in the world of programming, we call it a
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