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Continuous deployment to Azure in Visual Studio Team Service

Thomas Ardal, September 04, 2018 Hosting on Azure and building on Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)? You should utilize the (now) wonderful release management tool built into VSTS. I've written about continuous deployment in the past here: Configure and deploy Azure Functions with Kudu and Continuous Deployment of Azure Functions with Slots. Since writing those ...

The Daily Digest Email Reloaded

Thomas Ardal, August 24, 2018 We've released some great additions to the Daily Digest email during the last weeks. All changes are documented on our changelog, but I want to sum up to give you an overview of how the daily digest email has progressed. Summary of new errors Being able to spot when new ...

API Key Permissions

Thomas Ardal, August 20, 2018 In order to improve security, as well as to enable client-side logging to elmah.io, we've introduced API key permissions. API keys were introduced in v3 of the elmah.io API. All requests to the API needs to send a valid API key, administered from the organization settings UI. API ...

17+ Must Have .NET Developer Tools - The Essential List

Thomas Ardal, August 15, 2018 In the series: .NET Blogs to Follow Great .NET Conferences to Attend List of the Best Free Visual Studio Extensions Best Visual Studio Code Extensions 17+ Must Have .NET Developer Tools (this post) This post is about most of the tools I use as a .NET developer. As always, let ...

Deprecating the v2 API and what that means for you

Thomas Ardal, August 03, 2018 The elmah.io API has seen three major iterations so far. Two years ago, we launched v3 in beta and last year, we moved the new version as well as all client integrations to stable. Time has come to deprecate the old v2 API. So what does that mean for ...