No, the title is not a mistake. You may be familiar with Xamarin Hot Reload or WPF Hot Reload and if you have used hot reload before, you know what a great time saver this is. What would you say, you can have Hot Reload for WinForms as well? A friend of mine pointed me … Continue reading Hot Reload for WinForms
Some of you may already be aware that a researcher was able to hack over 35 top tech companies like Microsoft, Apple, PayPal, etc. using a so called "software supply chain attack". Since our old build server died we needed to rebuild a new one and coincidently we were also looking at some security aspects … Continue reading Never use nuget.org in your CI/CD Pipeline!
How to invoke and use crossgen "manually" after the build pipeline has been run? Our main Windows app Royal TS has been around for almost 20 years now and it all started with WinForms using the .NET Framework 1.1 back in the day. Since last summer, I spent quite some time porting Royal TS to … Continue reading .NET 5 Adventure: crossgen(2)
YAML And Lessons Learned This is the last part of the series. Let's take a look at a couple of lessons I've learned and what we can do to further improve the whole thing. There are more parts available:Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps - Part 1Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps - … Continue reading Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 5
The Release Pipeline To create a release pipeline, you need to specify one or more artifacts you want to use (the output of the previous "build pipeline"), then you setup your "stages" where each stage has again a set of tasks. There are more parts available:Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps - Part 1Azure … Continue reading Azure DevOps CI/CD for Windows Desktop Apps – Part 4