Private NuGet packages can help to modularize and reuse already written code over several applications. Therefore Azure Artifact repository can be a very powerful and easy possibility. But in order to integrate it into local development an authorization process must be completed, not only for the IDE, but also for dotnet/NuGet.exe on CLI.
Some days ago I had to improve a VBA macro but password was lost, so there was no direct way to enter code in VBE. There are a lot of tricks I found in the WWW, some of them even provide a tool. But do you trust such tools?
Beside that I found a such an easy to use instruction, »hidden« in a blog comment, I must share with you.
I refactor my atom packages at the moment and one thing I changed was loading classes from other files. Before, everything was hard-coded and it should be more generic, especially facing future changes. Because I used kind of slug strings internally, I created a function which converts slugs into camel case. Perhaps you need such code?
Today I needed some JS-Code for toggling an DOM elements attribute. Because there is no such feature in the jQuery core, I implemented it. Perhaps it’s useful for you, so here it is :)
Today, another Java Update has been released, so I installed the new version und removed the old one. The “problem” was, as with the last updates, that I had to tell my Stash installation where to find the new Java version. I opened the Windows registry and updated the following three registry keys:
I have written a script for running Atlassian Bitbucket Server Backup Client as a Windows task on my server. There are two main reasons/features why I created that script and why I want to share it.
At the moment, I improve my ApToggleSwitch plugin and stumbled over a problem which leads to a nice jQuery function I want to share. Perhaps this code can be useful for you!
The problem was that I have to copy a special event from one html element to another – in my case I only wanted the
change event to be copied. I found some posts how to copy events, but the solutions did not work
perfectly, so I had to merge the solutions presented in
Today, I installed the new version of Atlassian Stash, Version 3.0.5. Further versions were provides as archive which had to be extracted and configured manually. A new »feature« is the easy-to-use installer, which is – in my opinion – more user-friendly and faster to use than the archive before.
Oh my lovely firefox… Today I had to restart my computer because of important Windows updates. So I closed every application, including four Firefox windows, in mind, that Firefox restores every single window. The problem is, that this browser only saves 3 windows per default, not more! So be careful with how many windows you work, respectively how many windows you want Firefox to restore!
Last month I searched for a nice component to improve checkboxes. Checkboxes are okay but I think that a toggle switch is a nicer representation of the TRUE/FALSE status. Furthermore on touch devices checkboxes are sometimes too small, so users really have to aim to click the control.