Here at Coolblue, we can choose our tools from a range of technologies. A while ago, our team started moving from Microsoft MSTest to xUnit. Although the code change was fairly simple, the build pipeline was tied with the MSTest framework, ignoring the xUnit tests. Between the requests to the deployment team to alter the … Continue reading Abstract from your CI. Use Cake!
AppVeyor is one of the Continuous Integration Services in the cloud, ready to use, with minimal configuration. It provides a Windows Server image with tooling to build, test and deploy ours .NET applications. Among the baseline software is .NET Core, however, the version is 1.0.4 (at the time of writing this post). If we are playing … Continue reading Build a .NET Core 2.0 Application in AppVeyor
As a developer, I need to take a good rest at night. In my line of work the only way to achieve it is using an integrated workflow pipeline, aka Source Code Management (SCM), Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) with some tools in the middle. For my new pet project (I will write about it … Continue reading Integrate .NET Core, AppVeyor, OpenCover and Codecov
Today was a debut using GitHub Gist. In one of my GitHub projects, I need a close integration between the Continuous Integration tool (in this case AppVeyor) and my .NET Core project, specifically in how to update the version of the DLL based on the version in AppVeyor? To sort out this, I use my Powershell … Continue reading Update project.json version number in AppVeyor