The latest preview of Visual Studio 2022 has introduced interactive staging and the ability to stage and commit a subset of a file. Today we'll examine how you can use the Git command line to choose to commit parts of files.
Several of the more powerful features of Git are only exposed from the command-line interface. However, some of these features rely on being able to invoke a text editor. In today's post, we walk through how to associate a text editor with Git.
In last weeks post, I mentioned that there are ways to modernize Function apps. In truth, most App Services support an improved model for deploying your code — the deployment package. Learn to use 'Run From Package' to improve your Azure App Service deployments.
Sometimes continuous deployment of the code is just not enough to update your Azure Function. The symptoms are simple enough — triggers stop working or the Function stops scaling. In these cases, you need to make Azure aware of the changes. You may need to synchronize.
Did you know that you can have your favorite environment configurations follow you wherever you go, including into Development Containers and Codespaces? All of your environments can reflect your personal preferences through the power of a dotfiles Git repository.