Set the environment for an ASP.NET Core MVC web application

When the ASP.NET Core MVC web application starts, reads the name of the environment for an environment variable of the host computer. The compiled application contains the configuration for all supported environments, making possible to build and deploy the same artifact in every environment. If the ASPNETCORE_ENVIRONMENT environment variable is not defined, the Production environment settings are […]

Start a new Spring MVC Java Web application development in NetBeans

When you create your first Spring MVC Java web application in the base installation of NetBeans follow the steps below Create a project In the File menu select New Project… Select the Java Web category, select the Web Application project, and click Next, Enter the name of the project and click Next, If this is […]

Configure NetBeans for Java Web development

The base installation of NetBeans does not include the web development category.   To add the Java web development tools to NetBeans Start the NetBeans IDE, In the Tools menu select Plugins, On the Available Plugins tab select the Java EE Base plugin and click the Install button, If any of the installed plugins is […]

How to add the Config folder to a Microsoft Visual Studio project even if the folder is not in the project directory

Corporations maintain multiple server environments for development, testing and production purposes. All of these environments require specific settings to connect to the databases and other resources. When the build master builds the application for the specific environment the build process has to select the appropriate configuration and build it into the installer file for deployment. […]