In my last post, The true story behind my build service for NAV/BC I wrote about what it took to build a small, but scalable cloud service.In this post, I’ve got something to announce, so let’s get started! From now on I’m offering a free trial period + configuration for Read more…
It has been 7 months since I released my VS Code extension called NAVBaaS Git, a free extension that seamlessly integrates your C/SIDE development with Git and Docker. (you can read all about it here)With 544 unique installations and almost 1400 downloads, it’s safe to conclude that quite a number Read more…
We’re in an era where we are expected to deliver software more often and to deliver it faster, in other words, we’re expected to be agile.
In order to be agile, we need continuous integration, continuous integration is a practice where members of a team integrate their work several times a day into a shared mainline.
Each integration should be verified by a build (including tests) to detect integration errors as quickly as possible.
This is just a brief explanation of continuous integration as I just want to set the stage for the official release of my generic build service called NAVBaaS!
Just two weeks ago I released the initial version of my VS Code extension NAVBaaS Git at the Dutch Dynamics Community event, in case you missed it, you can catch up here.
At first, I want to thank everyone that downloaded the extension and especially the people that gave me feedback, it’s highly appreciated and please keep giving feedback!
In this blog post, I’ll give you a brief update on the new features that I’ve added to the extension over the last two weeks.
I’m very happy to announce that my first Visual Studio Code extension called NAVBaaS Git has been released last Wednesday.
The people who attended the session about Continuous Integration at the Dutch Dynamics Community event already had their first glimpse at the brand new extension and I really hope that people are or will be excited about this extension.
Source control is step one if you want to do professional development and with source control in place you’re able to take the next step, which is Continuous Integration!