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ASP.NET Core Application continuous integration with visual and git

Previously I have written couple posts for continuous integration series and this post is also part of it. Recently Microsoft has released ASP.NET Core 1.0. So in this post, we are going to see how we can do the continuous integration for ASP.NET Core application. I am going to use as our source control repository and git as our version controlling system. So Let’s get started.

The first thing we need to is to create a Project into like following.

Once you click on create the project it will create a project with GIT as version controlling system.

Now our project is ready. Once you click on navigate to project it will load project dashboard like below.

Now go-to “Build & Release” section of the project. It will load the page like below.

Now to enable continuous integration for this project we need to create a new build definition for that click on Plus green icon on left side. It will load a wizard to create a build definition. The first screen p…

How to enable remote desktop on Azure Linux VM

In Windows Azure Linux VM there is no direct way to remote desktop Azure VM. So in this blog post, We are going to learn how we can enable the remote desktop on Azure Linux VM.  If you don’t know how to create a Linux VM then there is a ton of articles available that how you can create a Linux VM.  Following a Microsoft, Docs links for creating an Azure Linux VM.

After creating a new Linux VM, the first thing you need to have SSH Client to connect the Azure VM. I have windows machine and Putty is one of most well known SSH client for the windows. So If you don’t have SSH Client download Putty from the following link.

Once you create a VM you will get any public IP like following.

So copy that public IP and then open Putty and paste the public IP like following.

Now once you are done with it click on open button. It will ask for your username/password. The key thing t…