In my last Episerver post, I talked about a tool that provides visualisation on how content types are used across multiple sites. I finally got the chance to package it up and make available as a NuGet package. I haven’t published it in any feed as I’m not sure how stable it is so please use
A couple of weeks ago, I got the chance play with Episerver Insight on a local epi installation. It was very quick to setup, and tracking can be easily customised. Before I go into detail on how to set it up, here’s a quick overview of what it is and what it’s not. What is
I must admit when I first used it, VSTS can be overwhelming and scary, especially to non-technical people. Here in Australia, Atlassian products are very popular. And I can understand why. The combo of Jira, Bitbucket & Confluence is very good. However, with what VSTS has become now, being an all-inclusive platform that caters for
It’s now over a year since I started developing on Azure Virtual Machines and while it’s not cheap (more on this later), it’s hard for me to go back and develop locally on physical machines. In this post, I’ll go over the advantages of owning and developing on a Virtual Machine hosted in the cloud.
I had a live web app in Azure that I wanted to hook up with a CDN using Cloudflare. Good news – Cloudflare has a free Global CDN offering and so I didn’t have to pay anything to use it. For more details about what other features you can have with a free account, see
I’ve had to recently renew my personal license for Resharper Ultimate and I realised it’s been almost 8 years now since I started using Resharper with Visual Studio. Yes, 8 years. This tool is so good I can’t code (and therefore live) without Resharper installed. I know that Visual Studio 2017 has upped its game