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Feb 172022

Using a self-signed certificate with an Azure Application Gateway and App Service with end-to-end TLS encryption

By |February 17th, 2022|Categories: App Services, ARM, Azure, Azure DevOps|5 Comments

You can use a self-signed certificate from your very own certificate authority, for deploying your application gateways and app services, with end-to-end TLS encryption. This approach should only be used for development environments, and not in a production environment. This approach is handy because it will [...]

Jan 292019

Easily test your .NET Core Web API methods with Swagger UI

By |January 29th, 2019|Categories: ASP.NET Core, C#, Handy Tools/Utilities, Web API|2 Comments

I'm starting to think that Swashbuckle and Swagger UI should be mandatory on all Web API applications going forward. I love this framework so much right now, so I wanted to make a very brief blog post about it. It's saved me so much time and [...]

Aug 272018

WordPress Pages and Posts Not Updating?

By |August 27th, 2018|Categories: Clients, Wordpress|0 Comments

I recently had a new client contact me about an issue with their existing WordPress site. Any changes they made to their pages or posts would not save. WordPress would notify them that everything was updated, but nothing actually happened, no errors logged, no error messages [...]

Aug 12018

DNS resolution errors with DNSSEC domains

By |August 1st, 2018|Categories: Handy Tools/Utilities, Web Hosting|0 Comments

I recently had a client transfer their DNSSEC enabled domain to another registrar. Everything appeared to transfer as expected, but they noticed several global users having DNS resolution issues. This was strange because: The domain appeared to resolve fine for 90% of the world, using DNS [...]

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