Tag Archives: Web Development


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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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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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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SeaMist Update April

SeaMist Update April

Just a short post covering all updates recently made within the SeaMist GitHub Repository. I’ve strived to implement most of the Kraken.io features, and in addition to this made some project changes as well.

[SeaMist – a .NET based library for the Kraken.io REST API. Available on GitHub and Nuget]

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SeaMist Update – External Storage

SeaMist Update Kraken.io

SeaMist – a .NET based library for the Kraken.io REST API. Available on GitHub

I haven’t updated SeaMist, .NET C# wrapper for the Kraken.io API, for a while and also wasn’t really planning to provide an updated version. However, after looking at the open issues / enhancements requests, I found out there was some demand for implementing Kraken.io External Storage support.

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Azure Portal Console

Azure Portal Console

I just recently discovered the Azure Portal Console by accident when deploying (well troubleshooting that is) Umbraco solutions, a topic I will cover later in greater detail within an upcoming series, and was pleasantly surprised. Now the virtual console as included within the Azure Portal isn’t new and therefore perhaps familiar for a lot of you out there, however I haven’t heard of it before.

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.NET library for Kraken.io

Kraken.io

Sea Mist – Writing a .NET based library for the Kraken.io REST API. Available on GitHub and Nuget

So I have been working with the Kraken.io Image optimization service for a couple projects, as previous blog posts might have indicated. And must say that not having to include, build, debug, maintain and host an image compression library is really a big deal when you sum it all up. I personally don’t like to waste time on non-core business processes. In addition, nowadays it’s often hard to justify the costs. There are so many problem specific hosted solutions available with great support, documentation, API’s etc.

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