Azure WebJobs is a great way for running any kind of script or executable as a background process in connection with an Azure App Service Web Site or App. You can upload an executable or script as a WebJob and run it either on a schedule or continuously.
This post originally appeared on Scott Hanselman’s blog at: http://www.hanselman.com/blog/ASPNET5IsDeadIntroducingASPNETCore10AndNETCore10.aspx
Naming is hard.
There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things. – Phil Karlton
It’s very easy to armchair quarterback and say that “they should have named it Foo and it would be easy”
In Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 we introduced a mechanism that would analyze a web project and suggest helpful Visual Studio extensions based on what it could find. For instance, if the project was using the Bootstrap CSS framework, it would suggest two very cool extensions specifically for working with Bootstrap.
In a sense you can say that tasks are steps that needs to be performed to make the application run that are separate from coding it.