Monthly Archives: November 2013

Define and give Credentials to off-site Developer for Visual Studio Online

I think I got it.. I was asking around how to enable my off-site developers to use Monaco to edit and develop an AzureWebsite in my Azure Subscription without me needing to give them my Azure credentials. Here is the … Continue reading

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Setting up Source Control between AzureWebsite and Team Foundation Service

  With “Monaco” in preview.. it enables devs to code on the cloud. It only makes sense for the code to also be in the cloud. Good thing MS has this Team Foundation Service; which is, to oversimplify, Microsoft’s cloud … Continue reading

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Creating and Editing a simple website using Visual Studio Online

Ok. So here we are to try and: Create a simple website Add a folder for an image Add an image to the folder Display that image on the page Pretty simple… I start off with a blank azure website … Continue reading

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Visual Studio Online to Windows Azure

This time.. I’ll connect my VSOnline to an existing TFS (Team Foundation Service) account.   So on Monaco.. Then   Then allow connection   And its done..

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Trying out the Monaco product. So.. I go to my Azure account and create a new WebSite I click “Configure” on the created site and WHOAH!!!   I hit save for that change then go back to the dashboard. And … Continue reading

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SignalR on Azure

Recently we had a community event where one of my friends, Jon Limjap presented SignalR and how it could enable interactivity between browsers. The sample/demo was a simple chat application; that I was able to locate on the web and … Continue reading

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