Forward Disqus comments to Slack using Azure Functions

Anders Austad

Hello! Today we're cooking up a new recipe titled "Potion for forwarding Disqus comments to Slack". It's experimental, and sometimes smells bad, but it's fun and gets the job done. Bring your apron! (If your blog is using the Disqus commenting engine, the following solution can be used to get…

Novanet Christmas calendar 2016 (Open sourced)

Hallstein Brøtan

Christmas is closing in, and during this last month of the year we've been running a company Christmas calendar quiz. The calendar has been a success internally, but also attracted attention from customers and colleagues from other consultant firms (who wants to join in, but are not allowed..) The purpose…

Three non-coding tips for Visual Studio Code

Anders Austad

I find myself spending more and more time in Visual Studio Code. It's a light-weight, extensible and fast editor, and it can be used for just about anything. Having explored some options lately, here's a writeup of three non-coding use cases I've found helpful. New to Visual Studio Code? Download…

Rewrite rules in ASP.NET core middleware

Hans Arne Vartdal

If you, like me, came from the ASP.NET MVC world when you started with SPAs and Angular, you have probably at some point created a "one controller, one view MCV application", hosting the starting point of your Angular application. We could question how sensible that is, but either way,…

You should check out Yarn

Christian Brevik

Not too long ago, Facebook announced Yarn, a new package manager for JavaScript. Yarn has been developed as an alternative to npm, addressing some shortcomings the latter tool has. I know what you're thinking, "Yet another new tooling in the JS ecosystem?", and "Weren't we just done deprecating bower?". But,…