Breaking Changes to GitHub Actions

While GitHub did indicate that a warning would appear that the culprit commands would in time be deprecated, this breaking change appears to have caught a number of people off guard. In my workflow for this blog I had noticed for some time that an error was displayed advising me that the set-env command in my case executed during the installation of Ruby was deprecated and soon to be disabled....

20 November 2020 · 1 min · Martyn

Deploying to App Services with GitHub Actions

I initially migrated the blog over from Wordpress over to Jekyll and a Static Web App in Azure. I was very happy with how quick it was to do and how easy it is to setup. You even get a free SSL certificate included with the Static Web App. However you cannot use naked domains (without the www or anything), and while I can easily point everything to include this, I generally find it cleaner on URLs without it....

19 October 2020 · 5 min · Martyn

Deploying .NET Applications to AKS using GitHub Actions

In order to test locally, you will also need Docker Desktop installed on your machine. This should be done before you create your Visual Studio project below. To start, we need some application code. Using Visual Studio, create a new project, for this walkthrough, I will be using an ASP.NET Core Web Application, I will also be publishing my source code in GitHub, this repository is already cloned locally to my machine....

10 August 2020 · 5 min · Martyn