Issue to be aware of when restoring NuGet packages for the code hosted in git repository of Visual Studio Team Services aka VSO
I came across this issue a few times with different developers so I thought I will write about it to save time for others. When you think about it then there's nothing wrong or mysterious about it … more
Azure Mobile Service deployment with Team City part 3. Build Azure Mobile Service with PowerShell using psake
TeamCity is a very powerful tool and you can take advantage of all its configuration options to create your CI and CD. Although TeamCity provides you with almost everything you need, like restoring … more
Tags: CI, NuGet, Powershell, TeamCity
Azure Mobile Service deployment with Team City part 2. Configure TeamCity NuGet Server
In the previous post I explained how to install TeamCity on Azure and configure it.
In this post I will create a TeamCity configuration which will publish to a NuGet Server hosted in TeamCity.
You … more
Create NuGet packages using AppVeyor
This blog explains how to create a NuGet package and use AppVeyor as a continuous integration and deployment tool.
I found out about AppVeyor some time ago from Scott's blog - "AppVeyor - A good … more
Running xUnit.net tests using ReSharper
If you have created new projects in Visual Studio recently and you use xUnit.net with ReSharper to run your tests you might find that your tests are not running. The reason for that is that xUnit.net … more
Hosting NuGet in TeamCity and consume it in Visual Studio
This post describes the setup of NuGet package inside TeamCity and configuration of your Visual Studio to consume the hosted packages. TeamCity version 7.1 is used.
When you … more
Tags: CI, Git, NuGet, TeamCity, Visual Studio