The heyday of chat rooms are long past us, but nowadays almost every popular application has some sort of chat functionality implemented. Some even make a separate application just to improve and create new features.
So if you ever felt like creating your own chat functionality for your website or application, Azure Service Bus Topics is your man.
Relm is a lightweight nuget package used to alter your images or byte arrays.
Crop your image, change its size and type or compress them to save disk space.
So lately I’ve been having a lot of performance issue on one of the application I’ve been maintaining. And surprisingly, most issue where related to the way we have been using Entity Framework in the application.
In this post I would like to show you some of my findings which may help you run your application more smoothly.
As we saw in the previous post, we saw the clear benefits of Azure Automation. It is really a service that can make our IT-lives a bit easier to maintain.
For those who didn’t read the previous post: Azure Automation allows you to upload PowerShell scripts to Azure, and then configure Automation to let them run automatically at certain moments. It’s really nice to automate all those little annoying jobs that just rob our time.
In my last post I showed you how to work with Angular 2 and the Bootstrap Carousel.
In this post I want to show you how to create a simple contact form using Angular 2 and ASP.net MVC 6, the most recent releases of both technologies.