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handsom12
PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2023 10:51 pm    Post subject:

Active noise cancellation (ANC) technology is the most effective way to reduce background noise and help you focus on your work or studies. ANC works by analyzing the incoming sound waves and then producing an opposing signal to cancel out the noise. Some of the best noise-cancelling headphones use several microphones to detect and cancel out multiple noise sources. https://oneheadphones.com/best-open-back-headphones-for-gaming/

harry25325
PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2023 9:52 pm    Post subject:

Keep the interior of your RV well ventilated. Make sure to open windows and doors when parked and use fans when necessary to keep the air circulating and prevent mold and mildew growth. Ryan

digisphs
PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2023 3:10 am    Post subject:

 

Create an Angular 10 Project in any editor of your choice, we are going to use VS Code.



  • Open VS Code (always open it as administrator).

  • Create a folder in any drive and managing your angular projects


    • D:\Angular_10_Projects



  • This is part 3 of my quest to explore Azure Functions for self-education in functions-as-a-service.  The goal of this post is to wire up VS Code with source control using Azure Repos.


    Back in ,we explored Azure Functions and Function Apps via the Azure portal.  we explored deploying function code to Azure directly from VS Code.   Now that we’ve reviewed, let’s get to work!


    In , we configured VS code to build, test, and deploy functions directly to an Azure Function App.  In the spirit of once again walking before we run, let’s go back to the Azure portal and add some hooks into code repositories.  As before, I’ll be documenting both successes and failures throughout this post, so you may want to read it completely before following all steps in order.




digisphs
PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2023 12:12 am    Post subject: Error when cloning Azure Repos using App Service Editor

Currently having a single instance of Web Apps and now trying to control the source code using git. I have used "clone" in Azure Repos and used the following command below to add the remote directory in App Service Editor.


git remote add origin [Azure Repos URL]


However, the console in App Service Editor shows the following Error message.


\ [master]> git remote show origin

fatal: NullReferenceException encountered.
Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

How can I fix this error and use Azure Repos as remote directory from App Service Editor?

 
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