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Azure, C#

The moment I came to play with .NET Standard 2.0 part 2!

So I’ve been on a mission to get all my pieces from my last post to work. While configuring my Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline for my bot, I’ve came across an error that made my CI build fail:

What? My project compiles fine on my computer and I thought that .NET Framework 4.7.1 had built-in support for .NET Standard 2.0. Well according to this GitHub issue something ain’t quite right yet. Adding the reference <Reference Include=”netstandard” /> directly into the csproj fixes the issue (thanks techaimail!) Azure Functions 2 Azure functions 2 (using the .NET Standard 2 framework) is still in preview (beta). So when you deploy your function through your CI/CD pipeline, make sure to go in the Application…

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Azure, C#

The moment I came to play with .NET Standard 2.0…

I’ve been playing around with Azure Functions, the Bot Framework and the .NET Standard 2.0 framework recently and I’ve come across some quite interesting challenges that I want to share with you. I’ve been developing a system that has the following layout: As you can see, I have an Azure Function (Time Trigger) that pushes data to an Azure SQL database. I have an ASP.NET Core Web API (targeting the .NET Core 2.0 framework) that is the data abstraction for anything that wants to consume my data. Right now, only the Bot (Bot Framework) is the client. To have a functional and reusable ecosystem, I created some libraries to interact with my system which includes the Data Access Layer (DAL), …

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