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Umbraco DevOps Part 3: Implementing a CI/CD Workflow Using GitHub Actions

by Simone Chiaretta

In the third and final part of his series on working with Umbraco on Azure, Simone shows us how to automate code deployment using GitHub actions, with techniques we can use for any .NET website.

The "Insightful" Azure Application Insights

by Poornima Nayar

A website going live is a new product with a long maturation process ahead of it. One key on this journey is understanding how your end users use it without compromising its performance. Poornima shows us how we can use Azure Application Insights with our Umbraco websites to do just that.

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Around the Web

A curated collection of Umbraco and industry related tools, tips, tricks, and tutorials from around the web.

UmbHost Looking for US Testers

credit: Umbhost

UmbHost is in it's final stage of testing for their US infrastructure and are looking for testers in North America. If you're interested, get more information and reach out!

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Umbraco 9 Validation Attributes

credit: Martino Gabrielli

If you're wanting Umbraco Validation Attributes in v9, which include integration with Umbraco's dictionary, then look no further than Martino's new package!

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Upgrading Umbraco 8 with ImageProcessor with media files in Azure blobs to Umbraco 9 and ImageSharp

credit: Miklos Kanyo (1)

We're always trying to avoid gotchas and Miklos is ready to help with another one! If you are upgrading from Umbraco 8 to 9 with ImageProcessor and Azure storage, learn from his experience with his pro tips!

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Unit Testing with AutoFixture to generate TestCase data

credit: Dennis Adolfi

Generating test case data can be a bit of a chore, especially when you want to have two test cases to make sure you don't have a false positive. Dennis has recently discovered AutoFixture and shares with us how to implement it to save us time and effort!

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Our.Umbraco.UserToDos

credit: Paul Seal

With notepads, post-its, and apps that do both, it can still be hard to keep track of tasks lists for specific jobs. Luckily for Umbraco, Paul has released a little package for Umbraco that uses local storage to save a To-Do list in your user-flyout in the backoffice.

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