Microsoft Azure App Service can not only be used to host web apps but they can also be used to host API services. Swagger is a framework for describing your API using a common language that everyone can understand. In order for the other softwares to parse your Swagger and notice your API as connector, it’s necessary that you enable CORS and set the APIDefinition properties of the web application you want to use:
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When working with Azure services, you will combine services together. Many times, you would need to add an Azure Web App to an existing App Hosting Plan rather than creating a new app hosting plan every time you want to create an azure app service. This is a useful strategy to save cost if the load on the web site is not high. In this blog post we are going to discuss how we can leverage Azure ARM to deploy an app service to an existing app hosting plan.
In one of the previous posts, we discussed how to create an app hosting plan and an azure app service in one go using Azure ARM. The way we linked an hosting plan with app service is by mentioning app hosting plan id inside the property of the web app:
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This post is part of the series of posts on the Git and Visual Studio where we are discussing in detail on meaning of basic git operations, how to do them in Git and Visual Studio both and understand the difference of both tools. You can find the previous blog post here.
In this blog post, we’ll learn what is merging, types of merge and how to do the same from git command line.
What is Git Merge
Git merging is way of combining the commits made in separate git branches. It is used by git pull command as well to incorporate committed changes from one branch to another branch. Continue reading “Working with Git and Visual Studio – Understand Git Merging and Merging changes”