This Azure Pipeline blog post will show you how to create and publish a .NET app into an artifact and deploy it to an Azure Web App, App Service.
This blog post will show you how to add .NET to your Linux PATH and set the OS to use the correct version.
Sometimes when developing applications, we need to “lockdown” the SDK version and not use the latest version installed on the machine.
Adding a NuGet package to your .NET project is a great way to get access to functionality that you might not otherwise have.
The .csproj file is one of the most critical files in any ASP.NET project. This file contains all of Visual Studio’s information to build your project.
This blog post will show you how to install Entity Framework Core packages using PowerShell.
In this blog post, we will show you how to enable Developer Mode on Windows 11 using PowerShell.
When you are developing .NET applications, there are times when you need to compile your code on the fly.
ASP.NET 6 provides great support for CSS, which allows you to style your web pages in a much more efficient way.
In this blog post, we will show you how to create a C# console app with PowerShell. We will walk you through the steps required to get your project up and running and explain some of the key concepts involved.