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Publishing Web App to Azure Via Visual Studio…

My previous post ” Publishing Websites from Visual Studio” explains how can we deploy our web apps to different sources. In this post I would like concentrate mainly on how to deploy a web app in to azure with out any extra scripting… Go to “portal.azure.com” and sign in with your credentials. Click on ADD… Read more

Viewing Macros in Excel…

Open the excel document and select file or menu button. Select options menu from the listed menu items. Check the Developer check box from the right side container. Then Developer Tab will be added in menu bar, click on it and select View code. Now you can see the code behind your excel file how it is processing… Read more

Publishing Websites from Visual Studio…

We can Publish our web application in different ways using visual studio in to AZURE or any other host. The publishing differs by the location where we gonna deploy and what mode (debug or release) we use to deploy. Select your application then right click on it to select publish. Select the profile from the… Read more

Everything about AZURE…

Following are the best ways to learn azure. If your good at reading then use this link to know about azure in depth or if you in need of training videos then go with the following link, this two links are having the updated information of Azure resource model portal needed for clearing the 70-533…. Read more

Powershell cmd to know the supported resource providers by location…

When deploying your resources, you also need to know which regions support those resources and which API versions are available for the resources. To know the available list of locations and there supported list can be retrieved by the following command in power shell. “Get-AzureLocation”… Read more

Could not load file or assembly Exception in Visual Studio

Scenario : One of our project is developed in VS 2013 then deployed in two pre-prod servers. Later , one of the server API started throwing random exceptions. After reading few articles about the process of picking dll’s by CLR we came to know that VS picks dll’s by simple names not by their exact name and version…. Read more