Tag Archives: C#

Easily Deploy Your Azure WebJob With a TFS Release Definition

Hello, In this blog post, I will explain you how to deploy an Azure WebJob via a release definition in TFS Online. I will assume that you know what is a WebJob and how to manage it, but also how … Continue reading

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How to retrieve NuGet packages in Azure Functions

Hello, In this blog post I will show you how to retrieve NuGet packages in your Azure Function

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ChatServiceBus: Transform an Azure Service Bus into a Live and Offline Chat Service

Hello, Let me present you: ChatServiceBus. ChatServiceBus has been made as an example on how to use an Azure Service Bus. This console application allows you to make a chat with multiple people at the same time but also supports offline … Continue reading

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Real-time mail tracking in PowerBI with SendGrid and Azure

Hello, Mail marketing are more and more important now in companies.  Marketers want to have a lot of data in order to take the best decision for the company they work for. SendGrid is a cloud platform that help you … Continue reading

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How to create and map an Azure File Storage, to store your custom DLL

Hello, I’m sure as developer you all already had the issue, when using Visual Studio’s projects referencing a local DLL not referenced at the same place than you. It’s causing a lot of issue when you try to build, and … Continue reading

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C#: Sends Emails Based on a Word Template with the .net Mail Library

Hello, I will explain in this blog post how to send email with the .net mail library in C#, based on a Word document template and using inline image. Actually what I’m doing: I’m taking a Word document, this document … Continue reading

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