How to fix the "Unable to find assembly Microsoft.VisualStudio.QualityTools.LoadTest ..." error when running your unit-tests
For an older MVC project I wrote unit-tests with the MSTest framework. Visual Studio requires a .testsettings file in your project, which contains the configuration for the unit-tests.
When running or debugging unit-tests there might be the case that the “Unable to find assembly Microsoft.VisualStudio.QualityTools.LoadTest …” error is logged and the test is getting skipped. In order to correct this issue you have to check inside the .testsettings file for the WebTestRunConfiguration section.
How to define and use Application Settings in your Azure Functions
As it is stated in the Azure Portal Application settings are encrypted at rest and transmitted over an encrypted channel. You can choose to display them in plain text in your browser by using the controls below. Application Settings are exposed as environment variables for access by your application at runtime.
Storing sensitive data as application settings is preferred over having them in plain text in your code. In this article we are going to see how to define them in your Azure Portal, how to integrate them in your Function-code and how to give them values when you are debugging your Functions locally.
How to register and inject multiple implementations of one interface in .NET
There are times when you want to register multiple classes which all implement a common interface. One example could be a IValidationRule interface which is implemented by different validation rules, lets say NameNotEmptyValidationRule and the NameRangeValidationRule. We want these rules to run in order and validate user input. Let’s see this example in form of code:
My three favorite client-side performance measurements you can do with the Performance API
Lately I had to do some client-side performance measurements of a website. In the old days I would have to use the now() method of the Date object, however, we are now provided with the Performance API with some very handy methods. Let’s check together my three favorite measurements.
How to migrate your code for uploading files from .NET Framework to .NET Core
I recently had to migrate code, for uploading Excel, files from an older .NET Framework application to a new one which is based on .NET Core. I would like to share my learnings with you in a “before and after” form.