Staring at our screen all day long can take a toll on our eyes:
I was forced to wear glasses a few years ago for which I blame my screen-time. Since then I am more conscious about the health of my “biological data interface” (eyes) and just got myself computer glasses with blue filter, although I am not sure if they are necessary. The information available on the web is contradictory, but I have an acquaintance who fixed her problem getting tired with computer-glasses.
What DID convince me though is this free tool for Windows-User: EyeLeo. It will ask me every now and then to exercise my eyes. Together with Tomighty Pomodoro timer I get the frequent breaks I need to finish my work days without my eyes hurting.
If you just published your web app to Azure with Visual Studio you probably won’t have a FTP account configured in your App Service. I just want to share how to set it up to enable downloading logs via FTP.
If you go to “MONITORING-> Diagnostics logs” in your App Service you should see the text “No FTP/deployment user set” in the field FTP/deployment username:
Use the page “DEPLOYMENT -> Deployment credentials” to set up a new FTP user:
If you go back to “Diagnostics logs” you will see the FTP/deployment username you can use to access the logs with the FTP client of your choice (On Windows I like to use WinSCP):
Important: You have to use the full FTP username shown on the “Diagnostics logs” page consisting of the App Service name, a backslash followed by the FTP username:
Hint: Try to avoid FTP and use FTPS instead to protect your credentials and data.