Abhijit Jana

Abhijit runs the Daily .NET Tips. He started this site with a vision to have a single knowledge base of .NET tips and tricks and share post that can quickly help any developers . He is a Former Microsoft ASP.NET MVP, CodeProject MVP, Mentor, Speaker, Author, Technology Evangelist and presently working as a .NET Consultant. He blogs at http://abhijitjana.net , you can follow him @AbhijitJana . He is the author of book Kinect for Windows SDK Programming Guide.

Author Archives: Abhijit Jana

Preventing Azure Resource Deletion or Unexpected Changes using Locks

By | February 13, 2018

In your Azure environment, there could be several critical Azure resources that you don’t ever want to be deleted or modified. For an instance, deleting a SQL Azure resource, or deleting any running services from the Azure portal. Of course, no one just really doesn’t want to do it. Nevertheless, it may get deleted or modified by chance,… Read More »

Quickly locate or change the custom project or Item templates locations in Visual Studio 2017

By | February 12, 2018

In Visual Studio, all the custom template files must be placed in a specific location so that Visual Studio recognizes, and the templates can appear in the New Project Dialog Window and Add New Item Dialog Window. By default, Visual Studio search for two different locations for project and item templates respectively. If you placed a compressed file… Read More »

Add an Azure Cosmos DB trigger to an existing Azure Function app from Azure Cosmos DB Portal

By | February 9, 2018

Azure Functions let us execute our code in a serverless environment. This does not require create a solution or publish it as Azure Apps. In short, just focus on code and your functional aspect, and don’t need to worry about infrastructure. We can create a function triggered when data is added to or changed in Azure Cosmos DB… Read More »

Working with Azure Cosmos DB using Visual Studio Code

By | February 8, 2018

Azure Cosmos DB extension for Visual Studio Code gives Azure developers set of powerful commands to working with Cosmos DB. With the help of Azure Cosmos DB extension, from Visual Studio Code, you can easily create and delete databases, collections, and view, modify and delete documents. With the help of this extension, you can connect with Cosmos DB… Read More »

Sending Your Azure Application Insights Alerts to Team Sites using Azure Logic App

By | February 1, 2018

Azure Application Insights helps us to monitor applications health in real time. We can track our application availability, performance issues, user’s session and diagnose crashes faster than ever. It provides a real-time dashboard for your app to monitor your application. Azure Application Insights sends different alerts when it is either experiencing failures, unavailability, performance issues or any other… Read More »

Connecting Azure Cosmos DB with Azure Storage Explorer by using Connection String

By | January 25, 2018

In the previous post (Working with Azure Storage Explorer for Azure Cosmos DB ), we have discussed how we can use Azure Storage Explorer to connect and manage Azure Cosmos DB. Apart from connecting with Azure Cosmos DB using Azure Subscription, you can directly connect with Cosmos DB using the connection string. This is an alternative way of… Read More »

Working with Azure Storage Explorer for Azure Cosmos DB

By | January 24, 2018

Azure Storage Explorer is a standalone tool that empowers you to efficiently work with several Azure Storage Services. While working with Azure, using Azure Storage Explorer has been remarkably helpful in all perspective of development, debugging as well as for monitoring. You can connect with your Azure Subscription and then fiddle around with particular storage account associated with… Read More »

Get the most out of Output Window in Visual Studio

By | January 19, 2018

The Visual Studio Output window displays status messages for various features within IDE include build errors, compilation error, project configuration information, which occur when a project is compiled. This window is very much important to see what your application is doing during the build and further using those logs for troubleshooting. Apart from just reading the logs and… Read More »