This post shows how to build and deploy two Azure Container Apps using Bicep and GitHub Actions. These apps will communicate using dapr's publish & subscribe (pubsub) building block.
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Azure Container Apps: dapr, devcontainer, debug and deploy
This post shows how to build and deploy two Azure Container Apps using Bicep and GitHub Actions. These apps will communicate using dapr, be built in VS Code using a devcontainer. It will be possible to debug in VS Code and run with
This follows on from the previous post which built and deployed a simple web application to Azure Container Apps using Bicep and GitHub Actions using the GitHub container registry.
Azurite and Table Storage in a dev container
It's great to be able to develop locally without needing a "real" database to connect to. Azurite is an Azure Storage emulator which exists to support just that. This post demonstrates how to run Azurite v3 in a dev container, such that you can access the Table Storage API, which is currently in preview.
Devcontainers AKA performance in a secure sandbox
Many corporate machines arrive in engineers hands with a preponderance of pre-installed background tools; from virus checkers to backup utilities to port blockers; the list is long.
Devcontainers and SSL interception
Devcontainers are cool. They are the infrastructure as code equivalent for developing software.