Build and Deploy an ASP .Net Core Web Application as Docker Container using Microsoft Azure – Part 3

Build and Deploy an ASP .Net Core Web Application as Docker Container using Microsoft Azure – Part 3
This is the final part in the series of articles about building an ASP .Net Core Web Application and deploying it as a Docker container using Microsoft Azure. Here, we are going to setup a Microsoft Azure DevOps release pipeline to automate the deployment of our application as a container on Azure Web App Service.
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Build and Deploy an ASP .Net Core Web Application as Docker Container using Microsoft Azure – Part 2

Build and Deploy an ASP .Net Core Web Application as Docker Container using Microsoft Azure – Part 2
In this article we are going to setup a Microsoft Azure DevOps build pipeline to automate the tasks we did manually in first article of the series. Each time we push a change to the master branch, the build will be triggered to build our application, then build a Docker image and push it to Docker Hub.
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Build and Deploy an ASP .Net Core Web Application as Docker Container using Microsoft Azure – Part 1

Build and Deploy an ASP .Net Core Web Application as Docker Container using Microsoft Azure – Part 1
This article is the first in the series where we are going to build a simple ASP .Net Core web application, containerize it with Docker and run it on local host. And we will push everything to GitHub for later use.In later posts, we will setup Microsoft Azure DevOps Build pipeline to automate the process of building and pushing the Docker image to Docker Hub. Next, we will use Azure DevOps Release pipeline to deploy our application on Azure Web App Service as a container.
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Understanding Relationship between Objects

Understanding Relationship between Objects
Every single programming language has got its own syntax or structure; it’s own flavor and that’s what makes it standout. Go is no different. It’s easy and elegant in its own way, making to it fun to play with.
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Understanding .Net Assemblies

Understanding .Net Assemblies
You do not ever want to write a similar code for two business problems. You would rather like to write the solution once and reuse it whenever and wherever required. This requirement of code reusability gave rise to the concept of creating assemblies and using them in different applications by adding a reference to the same.
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