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Setting up PostMan to call the Azure Management APIs

7th July 2015

If you want to test the deployment of API App or LogicApp templates, one of the easiest ways to do this is using the PostMan […]

App Service Product Group – First Community WebCast

24th June 2015

So the App Service product group did a Google Hangout today (basically a live YouTube stream) and gave some updates on Logic Apps, along with […]

Azure App Service: How to implement conditional logic and loops in a Logic App

24th March 2015

One of the questions I saw on Twitter after yesterday’s Azure App Service launch was: how do you do an if-then-else in a Logic App? […]

Announcing Azure App Service: a new PaaS offering in Azure

23rd March 2015

Azure App Service allows developers to create business logic in the cloud that supports their new or existing web and mobile apps. > Building on […]

DanSharp XmlViewer v1.01 released

3rd October 2011

v1.01 of DanSharp XmlViewer is now available up on CodePlex. Also available is the source code for this version. This is a minor bugfix release […]

DanSharp XmlViewer tool now on CodePlex

2nd October 2011

The DanSharp XmlViewer tool has now moved to CodePlex. You can get the latest setup files, documentation and source code from CodePlex, along with tracking […]

Cumulative Update 2 for BizTalk Server 2010

31st August 2011

I’ve been waiting for this for a while… contains all hotfixes released since CU1 was released… Get it here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2573000

Improving the ESB Toolkit: Fixing the “endless loop” bug when creating Fault messages

5th May 2011

The ESB Toolkit is great. However, it’s not without its fair share of bugs. I’ve been meaning to blog about this since I first came […]

BizTalk moving to the cloud… and to Windows Server AppFabric

28th October 2010

For those of you who may have missed Sriram’s blog post, there will be a CTP of the Integration as a Service version of BizTalk appearing […]

AppFabric’s AutoStart feature: great news for BizTalk

26th October 2010

Any of you who have been writing WCF front-ends for BizTalk services will know about one of ASP.NET’s failings: first request latency. A service (or application) […]