Due to a requirement we needed to layer multiple images into one image. This needed to be faster and efficient plus we didn’t want to use any third party software as that would increase maintenance. Through some fun research and testing I found a neat and effective method to get the outcome required by only using C#.NET 4.6.
While working with other companies I have seen multiple builds and releases, plus also reading books like ‘Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation’. Through this I have learnt more and more about what should really be in the builds and releases of code applications. I would like to describe how I think they should both be used to create a scalable, reliable and repeatable process to bring confidence to your projects.
This is one of them, I tried to do and found it hard so here is how I did it, post. I was assigned to look into how to build a Sender and Listener using the Azure Service Bus Relay, so we could send data from Azure to On Premise securely. Now there might be debates on is this is secure and compared to other methods, but that is not for what I was asked and what this post is about.
It can be a pain sometime to test your web service and a longer process than wanted. I then found a method from the glorious web of how to use Visual Studio to test and thought I would share this with you.