Category Archives: Development
We use Microsoft Fakes to isolate some legacy code. Today I added some tests that passed on my machine, but failed on the buildserver. 😦 After reading this stackoverflow post I added the and the builds became green again 😉
We use TFS for our builds. These include release builds, continuous integration builds and regression test build. We want to have a simple build light to keep an eye on the status of all definitions. This is why we use … Continue reading
We have a simple website with some data stored in Azure Table Storage. From a Cordova app we request the data from the webapi we have added to the website. This works great when running on the device, but not … Continue reading
Image courtesy of ddpavumba / FreeDigitalPhotos.net https://www.nuget.org/packages/EPPlus/ EEPlus provides the lightweight library for creating real Excel files. It uses office open xml (ooxml) and provides all features I could think of when export-to-excel is available on a website. SaveSave
Image courtesy of iprostocks / FreeDigitalPhotos.net https://www.nuget.org/packages/Syncfusion.AspNet.Mvc5/ Control libraries are available in all shapes and sizes. The library from syncfusion has the best license – flat yearly license fee, unlimited developers within the same company, the best features – export … Continue reading
Image courtesy of spacex / unsplash.com https://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR/ Get real time communication between the client and the server. We use it to monitor jobs. SignalR supports Web Sockets, and falls back to other compatible techniques for older browsers.