Posts by 'Albert Hovingh'

Tutorials

How to Set up a Raspberry Pi: Set up Release Pipeline to Raspberry Pi

By Albert Hovingh on June 03, 2020

Learn how to set up a release pipeline to Raspberry Pi in this tutorial. 
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How to Set up a Raspberry Pi: Set up Build to Raspberry Pi Using Azure Devops

By Albert Hovingh on May 08, 2020

If you want to run a website from your Raspberry Pi, there is good news for you. It can be done! If you read my other blog post, Creating a .Net Core Website on Your Pi. If you want to automate your builds and deploy them to a Raspberry Pi, you’ve come to the right place. This makes it so that you can do all of your development on a...
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How to Set up a Raspberry Pi: Creating a .Net Core Website on Your Pi

By Albert Hovingh on May 08, 2020

Most websites that run on-premise production servers require a lot of hardware. If all you need is a dev site or something local that you want to tinker with, then a Raspberry Pi works just fine. In my case, I know this is only a local website. Also, there is only me and maybe one other person that will be able to access it. It’s also...
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How to Set up a Raspberry Pi: Troubleshooting Issues

By Albert Hovingh on May 07, 2020

Don’t feel bad if your Raspberry Pi doesn’t work right away, I had to troubleshoot about four or five times before I learned my lessons. Here's how I got my Pi working. 
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How to Set up a Raspberry Pi: Enabling SSH on Raspberry Pi

By Albert Hovingh on May 05, 2020

When I set up my Raspberry Pi, I thought it would be really nice to have something lightweight that I could use for monitoring and logging and running the occasional command. I didn’t want a full-blown remote desktop running the entire time (it can be sluggish at times, and it takes up a ton of screen real estate). Good thing for SSH.
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How to Set up a Raspberry Pi: Getting Started

By Albert Hovingh on May 01, 2020

In the world of the Internet of things (IoT), the most versatile thing is a full-blown computer. Most people can't afford that, so the makers of Raspberry Pi decided to make a cheap computer that almost anyone can afford. Setting it up isn't as easy as a normal computer, but no worries, because I'm here to walk you through it.
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Kentico

Synchronizing User Roles to Other Kentico Sites

By Albert Hovingh on August 02, 2019

In the previous blog post, How to Sync Users and Roles across Multiple servers in Kentico, you can find out how we mapped the users from one system to another, to save you a click, I’ve included a picture of how the environment is set up for syncing. As a reminder, please note that the code is for Kentico v8. Most of it will still apply to...
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How to Sync Users and Roles Across Multiple Servers in Kentico

By Albert Hovingh on July 31, 2019

One of our clients has a website that has a port where they manage their content that comes from the boats. However, many of their users and roles are the same across different boats that they run. When someone is added/removed from a role, we need to be able to reflect those changes on every site below the port site. While we could utilize...
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Tutorials

Disabling Logic Apps from Other Logic Apps

By Albert Hovingh on January 08, 2019

In my previous blog post, How to Build an Azure Logic App, we learned why building Logic Apps can be useful and how to build them in Azure. While Microsoft Azure Logic apps can be used intuitively to connect APIs together, once you create parent/child apps you will eventually want to be able to enable/disable them automatically, that way you can...
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Advice

How to Build a Microsoft Azure Logic App

By Albert Hovingh on December 07, 2018

Azure Logic Apps have to be one of the coolest features that Microsoft has put out on their cloud service portal.
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