Author Archives: Kevin Bronsdijk


JS Code Coverage Part 2

JS Code Coverage Part 2

The previous part of this series covered how-to setup JSCover, add test instrumentation and run some manual tests.

Within this blog I would like to automate the instrumentation injection step as part of the build process using Gulp.

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SeaMist is dead, long live kraken-net

SeaMist is dead, long live kraken-net

I was planning to keep everyone updated about SeaMist however, some pressing work came in between. But now I finally found some time to cover important kraken topics.

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Gulp and ASP.NET MVC

Gulp and ASP.NET MVC

Within This post I will cover the required steps for enabling Gulp inside any existing ASP.NET MVC solution. This will also resolve some of the issues related to tasks not showing up within Task Runner Explorer.

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Logic Apps Update June 2016

Logic Apps Update June 2016

On June the 9th, the Logic Apps team hosted a new Live session covering all updates they have been working on for the last few months. I’m pretty excited about the upcoming release and therefore created a summary including all the changes with some additional commentary.

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JS Code Coverage 101

JS Cover 101 - JavaScript Code Coverage for dummies

This is part one of a series of posts in which I’m covering the basics when it comes to setting up code coverage for JavaScript. There are a lot of intimidating manuals, guides and confusing blogposts out there, but don’t worry! We will walk through all basics from installation to automation.

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Composer & Azure Web Apps

Composer & Azure Web Apps

I’m working on non-dotNet related technology more and more and to be honest, it’s interesting to see how other environments are dealing with similar problems. Now as you can imagine, running different technologies within Azure requires some additional planning. For example, the usage of the dependency manager composer.

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OCR as a Service

OCR as a Service

This blogpost was inspired by Dot Net Rocks episode 1292. The episode was as informative as all others however, the first part in which Carl and Richard covered scanr.xyz (a OCR as a service offering) really peaked my interest.

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