Lesson 5.11: Create CI Pipeline for Azure Functions Project

Early in our development of the SimpleRPG game project, we set up a continuous integration pipeline to automate our build with every repo check-in. Now we are going to set up another pipeline for our game services. Since the services are in their own repository and solution and have different deployment requirements, we will need … Continue reading Lesson 5.11: Create CI Pipeline for Azure Functions Project

Lesson 5.4: Create New Azure Functions Project

As we discussed in the introduction to this chapter, we will be learning how to use Azure Functions to build the web services for our game. Azure has several compute and hosting options to pick from, but since we're investigating the serverless options, Azure Functions makes the most sense. But let's take a quick look … Continue reading Lesson 5.4: Create New Azure Functions Project

Lesson 5.3: Create Continuous Delivery Pipeline for Blazor app

Now that we have our game building automatically in Azure Pipelines and an Azure Storage account configured to host our application, we need to build an automated pipeline to deploy new builds to the desired storage account. We will do this by using the Releases pipeline in Azure DevOps. Similar to Continuous Integration (which we … Continue reading Lesson 5.3: Create Continuous Delivery Pipeline for Blazor app

Lesson 1.9: Azure Build Pipeline

Now that we have a Blazor app and test projects, we will create an automated build that will build our code whenever changes are committed into Azure DevOps. Automated builds ensure that any code check-ins always build on clean systems and all of our tests continue to run and pass continuously. Automated builds are an … Continue reading Lesson 1.9: Azure Build Pipeline

Lesson 1.3: Setting up Azure DevOps

Azure DevOps is a tool for managing source code, work items, test plans, and CI/CD pipelines. When we are building production software, we need to manage our code and work efficiently. Azure DevOps gives us the tools to do that. And it supports industry-leading tools, like Git, Docker, and Kubernetes, so we can use the … Continue reading Lesson 1.3: Setting up Azure DevOps