It's new tech!
New PC hardware.
New PC hardware.
A quickstart on how to run and use dotnet core 5 on a Raspberry Pi
Global pandemic, work-from-home and washing your hands 80 times a day.
Spent a few hours with (again) with Pico-8 and Lua to dabble about.
I was in Austin TX for the SpringOne Platform conference, here's some highlights from a .net dev's persective.
A quick guide on how to transfer comic books to your Amazon Kindle.
A little gotcha when using a .net core app in a container on Azure that needs environment variables.
Platforms, apps, containers, functions, what?!
A look at loading configuration using SteelToe and making it injectable
Using ILogger to write logs on Cloud Foundry
How to set up hosting for your static website on Azure Storage
A year gone by, so what's going on.
A quick little tip to get rid of some garbage on the start screen of your TV.
Another exam done, I am now a Pivotal certified CF developer!
A barebones grid in just a few lines of CSS.
Took the exam and now I'm Cloud Foundry certified!
Enable multiple listeners on a Service Fabric service and seperate the entrypoint of the service from the actual implementation.
A get-up-and-go with the Angular CLI and dotnet core.
Lift-and-shift, Azure Servic Fabric, Minecraft
One of the most helpful things I've seen in videogames in a long time.
A complete refresh of the blog!
A little hack to enable tethering on your Android device when it's blocked by your operator.
User secrets are what you use for settings in a dotnet core app that you don't want leaking into your repos.
Up and running with the new dotnet core tools.
I play video games every now and then and I've recently discovered a game (that was in my Steam library for quite some time already) that gives me the same sensation as when I'm programming.
Another angular post! This time we take a look at how to create a directive that ensures the user enters a valid date (and/or time).
While working an Angular (1) web app I ran into the age old problem of showing the user notifications when certain conditions are met.
I was grinding my teeth on a z-index problem today. I found out about the dialog element and all was saved.
Setting up a webserver with Node and Express.
I've been having some more fun with Cloud Foundry deploying Node apps and wanted the apps to communicate in a more disconnected way.
My current project involves an interface that is 100% touch driven (no keyboard and mouse) and I was asked to turn a regular old checkbox into a toggle switch.
A look at deploying a dotnet core app on Cloud Foundry.
Here is a small problem I ran into while working on my current project.
Here is another loading indicator for when your webpage is busy waiting for a server request to come back with an answer.
So you want to post some JSON to an ASP. Here's a quick primer.
Dual screen setups are great for work but you can't always have two of the same size/model side by side.
Animations and transforms using CSS and HTML.
Here is a little hack you can do to enable transformations in App.config.
On the 2nd and 3rd November in 2015, the Cloud Foundry Foundation was in Berlin. I attended and here are my thoughts.
Spotify recently updated the desktop app again and it is once again possible to read current track info directly from it.
After saving up money for a while I bought myself a new desktop PC.
Every solution I've worked on required some form of communication via e-mail or other form of text to the outside world, reporting, notifications or something else.
If you've ever used something like LESS or SASS you know what a variable is in CSS.
For that one time you need release notes but forgot to track what was changed.
End-users interact with your applications via the user interface (UI for short). Here are some simple things to spice it up.
When you work on software, you will at some point encounter bugs.
A quick look at a different approach to data access code in C#.
Long running processes in a web applicatoin running on IIS is a bad idea.
A hobby project of mine needed to generate an RSS feed.
Alright, lets dive straight into the deep end and take a look at Inversion of Control.
Let's take a look at how to replace the workings of one function with that of another.
My go-to container for IoC at the moment is SimpleInjector because you know, simple.
I had a brainwave and dove into codepen for a little bit to doodle around and when I emerged I had this simple little loading indicator.