Exactly a year ago, Github announced codespaces and gave the option to join the beta. If you are having your repository in github and need to contribute to an open source project or if you want to commit something quickly to the repository this is one of the feature that you might be interested in,… Read More Tip : Code directly in browser with Github Github Spaces
Since the acquisition by Microsoft, Github has been so much better. Github team has focused on developer priorities and have added so many new features. GitHub recently made lot of improvements on the UI aspects including adding a twitter handle to your profile. Also introduced a special feature for developers, that allows you to showcase… Read More Rock your github profile with these simple steps!
It’s been almost a week since Angular 9 was released which included several new features such as new Ivy Renderer, SSR, Type checking etc. In this post, i will be going through on how to build and deploy an Angular9 application as a static website to Azure with GitHub Actions. Prerequisites: Github Account Azure Account… Read More Deploy Angular 9 App to Azure with Github Actions
Many times you would have wanted to have one view/dashboard of all the Github issues created for your open source repositories. I have almost 150 repositories and it becomes really hard to find which are the priority ones to be fixed. In this post we will see how you can create a one dashboard/report to… Read More Create Github Issue Reporter with Azure Function and CosmosDB
The first ever Github Universe viewing party in SriLanka took place on last Thursday organized by the Github Campus Experts in the country. It was an event to share all the exciting news and updates on Github and it was a great success. I decided to write this blog based on the session i presented… Read More Deploy Angular Applications to Azure with Github Actions – Emotion Detection App
Azure CosmosDB (Azure Cosmos DB – Globally Distributed Database Service (formerly DocumentDB) | Microsoft Azure) is a super set of the service once known as “Azure Document Db”. In short: “Azure CosmosDB ” = “Azure Document Db” + new data types + new APIs. You can try CosmosDB for free on Azure or you can setup the CosmosDB on your local… Read More Wear out the features of Azure CosmosDB with AspNetCore application