Looking for and easy obfuscation solution for your .NET application?
I found the .Net Reactor tool very helpful in easy obfuscating some .Net assemblies and executables. The tool has a user interface but it can also be used with the command line. I created a post build event in a Windows application to obfuscate all assemblies. In this way all builds (local and TFS buildserver) obfuscate the assemblies in Release mode configuration. Below the description and features of the tool from the website.
What is .NET Reactor?
.NET Reactor is a powerful code protection and software licensing system for software written for the .NET Framework, and supports all languages that generate .NET assemblies. Its’ main features are : Continue reading .Net Reactor Obfuscation
I stumbled upon a nice article for whom are looking for some help in deciding how to use Visual Studio Online for delivering projects and advising customers in deciding how to set up the Visual Studio Online environment. Here is a link to the complete PDF.
The good thing about it, is that the authors got their findings in analyzing how the services are being used by the community.
Recently discovered an excellent way to automate versioning of assemblies integrated in a TFS build definition. I followed the guide and instructions written at this code plex open source project
Then I created specific build templates including these options, so that creators and users of build definitions can edit all the versioning attributes a long side other customizations for two of our clients and they are very happy about it.
I really recommend this custom made build activities to all who need to automated assembly versioning included in their TFS build templates and definitions.
Good work guys!
I am happy to see that the new WordPress version is available as a package in my newly updated Synology NAS. The package is supported and updated to the latest WordPress version in the just released DSM 5.0. Offcourse you can always install the latest version of WordPress yourself on the Synology NAS but I happy to see that just a couple of clicks is enough.