Signing Git Commits

What does it mean to sign a Git commit and why would you like to do that? From Latin, signāre, or putting a mark. As the word itself says, signing, putting a mark, ensures that the commit you made and the code contained can’t be tempered. Git is cryptographically secure, but it’s not foolproof. In […]

Starting a TFS release via REST API

Intro It is a common need to inject variables in your release. When it comes to a build, it was always an easy task, however, the release didn’t support such a thing out of the box. In case you are using Azure DevOps (service and server), you are good to go, as this is now […]

Uploading XL Deploy DAR package via TypeScript

Another day, another language, another challenge In past I already wrote about multipart/form-data requests that are used to upload files. It was about PowerShell and leveraging .Net libraries to achieve this task. Now it is the turn of TypeScript. I had a need to implement the file upload to XL Deploy which requires multipart/form-data standard […]