Coloring the console output in PowerShell isn't hard -- unless it's simply ignoring your requests. Sometimes it takes a bit more than following the documentation. Sometimes you have to resort to the older approaches to do something new. Today, we explore using ANSI escape sequences to colorize output.
If you're moving to GitHub from Azure DevOps, you may miss the presence of variable groups for centralizing settings. At first glance, this feature appears to be missing from GitHub. It turns out that it just requires a bit of creativity to make this functionality available.
Over the last few weeks, I've had a lot of questions about publishing images to registries using GitHub Actions. Today, I'll explore the answer showing how to do this with registries in both Azure and GitHub. Along the way, I'll also demonstrate how to use GitHub's OIDC integration with Azure.
It's a best practice to use private registries such as Azure Container Registry with container solutions on Azure. There's very little guidance if you're considering using a different registry to store your images. In this post, we're explore how to use other private registries, such as the GitHub packages Container Registry.