When trying to put your LogicApp code in a CICD pipeline, it is always problematic getting your code into a proper template.
Obviously switching to ‘LogicApp Code View’ is an option, but there is a better solution to this problem.
LogicAppTemplate is a PowerShell commandlet that makes is very easy to get the content (even automatically) of the app and save it to disk.
The usage is very simple, open up a PowerShell window and execute the next command:
Big thanks to Jeff Hollan who authored this!
Deploying LogicApps with VSTS is easy. You can create a new project using the steps defined in this post and you are all set with deployment settings in place.
But, when you add more and more LogicApps your JSON file will grow and you might be better off putting each LogicApp within its own JSON. Not to speak of the parameters running wild within your files…
This post will explain how to set this up, and what is needed in your VSTS builds to enable the deployment of all the linked apps.
Continue reading “Deploy LogicApps using linked templates”
Hosting static HTML and CSS in Azure Blob storage is pretty simple. Using the Storage Explorer it is as simple as drag-and-drop. But when you want to integrate this in your VSTS pipeline, content type issues arise. This tiny blog will explain how to identify and fix this problem.
Continue reading “Deploy and host static content in Azure Blob storage”
In this blog I will explain how to separate your settings from your configuration files, when deploying from VSTS. I will show with an example how you can deploy your WebApp and store all variables in VSTS, eliminating the need for developers to have all settings and configurable values within Web.config transformation files.
When deploying your WebApp to various on-premise environments from VSTS, you can use Web.config transformations for separation of your various variables. But, sometimes, the *.Config transformations do not meet your needs.
Continue reading “Using tokens for custom settings in VSTS CICD Pipelines”