For the longest time I've been using the likes of Travis and AppVeyor to build open source projects that I work on. They rock. I've also recently been dipping my toes back in the water of Visual Studio Team Services. VSTS offers a whole stack of stuff, but my own area of interest has been the Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment offering.
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Setting Build Version Using AppVeyor and ASP.Net Core
AppVeyor has support for setting the version of a binary during a build. However - this deals with the classic ASP.Net world of
AssemblyInfo. I didn't find any reference to support for doing the same with dot net core. Remember, dot net core relies upon a
<Version> or a
<VersionPrefix> setting in the
.csproj file. Personally,
<Version> is my jam.
The Convent with Continuous Delivery
I've done it. I've open sourced the website that I maintain for my aunt what is a nun. Because I think we can all agree that nuns need open source and continuous integration about as much as anyone else.
Deploying from ASP.Net MVC to GitHub Pages using AppVeyor part 2
"Automation, automation, automation." Those were and are Tony Blair's priorities for keeping open source projects well maintained.
Deploying from ASP.Net MVC to GitHub Pages using AppVeyor part 1
There's a small open source project I'm responsible for called jQuery Validation Unobtrusive Native. (A catchy name is a must for any good open source project. Alas I'm not quite meeting my own exacting standards on this particular point... I should have gone with my gut and called it "Livingstone" instead. Too late now...)