Congratulations! You have created your “Hello, World!” ScriptLink web application, tested it with Unit Tests, tested it on your development web server, and submitted your code to a source control solution. Next, we will be looking at various methods for deploying our .NET ScriptLink applications. This will enable us to setup our Test server to use with UAT or other myAvatar Test environment and later the Production server to use with our LIVE or other production myAvatar environment.
Tag: Azure DevOps
It can be easy for developers when working alone to overlook using a code repository. Especially, if like me, they started out just hacking things together to get a task done quickly. This impulse to just check a task off of our list can motivate us to overlook tasks like testing and checking in changes. It may cost a little extra time up front, but it will save you a lot of time later when things go awry.