Author Archives: Kevin Bronsdijk


Call other functions inside Azure Functions

Call other functions inside Azure Functions

As some of you may know, I’m currently playing around with Azure Functions. One of the limitations I have encountered with Azure functions is the lack of first-class support for calling other functions. Fortunately, several workarounds are available to you. I will cover each of them within this post.

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SonarQube for .Net Developers

SonarQube for .Net Developers

I’m currently playing around with SonarQube, an open source platform for continuous inspection of code quality, and so far i’ve discovered that it is a lot more interesting than I thought it would be. Therefore, I’ve decided to share my initial findings.

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Azure Functions & Code Reuse

Azure Functions and reusing code

Last weekend, I was experimenting with Azure Functions. This because I’m planning to use Azure Functions for creating a simplified abstraction of an existing web service. The goal is to code and deploy as little as possible by reusing existing modules.

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GTmetrix-net Update v0.6

GTmetrix-net Updates

A couple of days ago I introduced GTmetrix-net, an open source project which makes accessing the GTmetrix API a lot friendlier from within your .Net projects. Since then I’ve added a lot of new features and improvements which I would like to cover within this blog post.

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Microsoft.DotNet.Web.targets was not found

Microsoft.DotNet.Web.targets was not found

This short post covers how to resolve the Microsoft.DotNet.Web.targets was not found issue. This might happen when importing existing asp.net MVC projects within your Visual Studio solution.

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Logic Apps Post request

Logic Apps Post request

I recently received some Logic Apps questions, each of which I would like to address within a series of blogposts. This post covers how to construct a simple Http POST request. In addition, I’m also explain how to configure basic authentication.

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GTmetrix API and .Net

GTmetrix API and .Net

I’m currently working on a project which requires keeping a close eye on performance. because of this, we decided to include GTmetrix ‘s webpage performance analyzes service as part of the overall monitoring strategy. To simplify the implementation, I’ve decided to create a native .net client.

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