Managing multi-container applications could become tedious when each container has a range of parameters and environment variables to start up. Docker-compose helps us with that process as it orchestrates management of these containers with just one command. In this guide I will use docker-compose to manage four .NET APIs and one React app.
When it comes to ready to use software foundations, there are a few solutions in the market with different feature-set and capabilities. Although some provide out of the box functionalities, they are however just another framework which you have to build and customise your solutions on top.
Pellerex however is different. It provides ready to “deploy” APIs which you can extend and it works end to end out of the box. In this post I will be covering what it is, and how it help you.
At a high level, Pellerex comes with three functions:
Containerising React Apps can be a bit tricky, specially if you want to stick to the principle of building your Docker images once for all environments instead of building them multiple times for each environment due to the varying environment configurations. This is a complete walk-through of the process along with all the challenges you might face to Dockerise an Asp.NET backed React app.
While enabling containers for an Asp.NET API that has a SQL Server DB you will face a few problems along the way for secret management, database connections, push to artifactory, etc. This guide is a step by step walk through to address all those problems, and have a container image pushed to artifactory through an automated pipeline.
Traditional software development models in which you code/build everything from scratch is costly and slow for today`s pace of innovation. Companies and developers need faster ways to launch their products and ship it to the hands of their customers. In this post, I provide a comparison between some of these platforms.
Generally when we talk about low-code platforms, they refer to software products in which you primarily work with a user interface to create workflows or information flows by connecting multiple systems together.
The other approach toward writing less code, is to use software foundations which provide all the ground…
You can reduce your software MVP cost by 60% when you use Pellerex, a ready-to-use and source-included software ecosystem of Identity and Payment functions as well as three scaffolds across Mobile, Web, and API. It is built using Azure, Asp.NET 5.0, React, React-native and Azure DevOps.
Traditionally if you needed to stand up your software quickly you’d go with less-code or no-code solutions or a word-press website, but when the time comes to scale and grow, there will be some limitations on how flexible and scalable your solution is.
On the other hand, if you wanted to build from scratch…
We can talk about software transformation all day, but unless there is a roadmap to connect high level business outcomes with on-the-ground initiatives on a daily basis, nothing will get transformed.
If you have ever asked yourself these questions, this roadmap is for you:
End to end guide on how to implement external authentication with Twitter for React apps. It also includes using Asp.NET 5.0 API as the backend, hosted on Azure app service and behind Azure API Manager, along with Asp.NET Identity as it’s Identity backend.
End to end guide on how to implement external authentication with Microsoft for React apps. It also includes using Asp.NET 5.0 API as the backend, hosted on Azure app service and behind Azure API Manager, along with Asp.NET Identity as it’s Identity backend.
End to end guide on how to implement external authentication with Google for React apps. It also includes using Asp.NET 5.0 API as the backend, hosted on Azure app service and behind Azure API Manager, along with Asp.NET Identity as it’s Identity backend.