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I’ve been neck deep in Azure App Authentication (aka. Easy Auth) lately trying to get it to work with ASP.NET Core applications.  I wrote a bunch of labs/walk-throughs last week to demonstrate how to make it work.  Here are the posts in the Azure Easy Auth series: Lab 1, Lab 2…(Read More)


I’ve been working doing a lot more with Azure Web Apps lately and found that there are some basic things that it’s hard to find information on.  So I decided to write some labs.  This is the fifth post in a series. The overall goal of these labs is to teach you how…(Read More)


I’ve been working doing a lot more with Azure Web Apps lately and found that there are some basic things that it’s hard to find information on.  So I decided to write some labs.  This is the fourth post in a series. The overall goal of these labs is to teach you how…(Read More)


I’ve been working doing a lot more with Azure Web Apps lately and found that there are some basic things that it’s hard to find information on.  So I decided to write some labs.  This is the third post in a series. The overall goal of these labs is to teach you how…(Read More)


I’ve been working doing a lot more with Azure Web Apps lately and found that there are some basic things that it’s hard to find information on.  So I decided to write some labs.  This is the second post in a series. The overall goal of these labs is to teach you how…(Read More)


I’ve been working doing a lot more with Azure Web Apps lately and found that there are some basic things that it’s hard to find information on.  So I decided to write some labs.  This is the first one in a series. The overall goal of these labs is to teach you how…(Read More)


[TL;DR — You need an Azure Resource Manager Service Endpoint and some values from Azure.  There’s a link to a PowerShell script at the bottom of this post that’ll help.  You’ll probably still need to read this blog post though.  Sorry.  I know.  Reading is hard.] Deploying from Visual Studio Team Services…(Read More)


I’m trying to deploy to an Azure AppService using an on-premise build/release agent and Team Foundation Server 2018.  This usually isn’t a problem but this time was difficult.  Part of the problem is that I’m trying to run a TFS Release from an agent that’s installed on Windows Server…(Read More)


TL;DR: Azure App Services simplifies your life by taking care of security for you.  This works great when your app is a web browser app but if you need to access it from a client API app (for example, a Universal Windows Platform app), life can get frustrating and confusing in an instant.  In…(Read More)