This blog post can be seen in continuation of my last post proposing a deployment strategy for Drupal installations, or an independent post in itself. The objective is to create a Build Runner for TeamCity builds that can upload/push (all or selectively) files/folders affected in each build to one or more remote servers over FTP for deployment.
Oh well, what do you call a system log that has no entries; a malfunctioning system, right. So what would you call a supposedly web log (blog) that has no entries for almost a year and a handful in a couple years ?
Despite deeply wanting to keep writing, I hardly get a chance to do so these days. But so much for the ranting, time to get down to business now.
In the last few weeks, I have written a good number of PowerShell scripts that accept input from the user in the form of traditional prompt boxes (e.g. in one situation, I needed the user to enter Sql connection string to execute custom actions against a database). And it appeared to me it might be useful to share the function to produce a simple prompt box in PowerShell.
So without wasting much time, here's the function:
In this blog post, I present a complete framework for automatic localization in ASP.NET, ability to customize what is produced by this framework and a completely functional ASP.NET app demonstrating the features and process.