Month: June 2016

[Azure] Setting up continuous integration for (existing) Azure Functions

I a previous blog I showed how you might replace your existing Azure WebJobs with Azure Functions. If you’re creating these functions as part of a project, you’re bound to have some sort of source control solution in place and you might want to leverage the possibility to automatically deploy your code (aka continuous integration).

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[IoT] Aquarium monitor; Sending commands back to your hardware

Let’s start with some awesome news first! All of the sources for this project are now live on GitHub! Which doesn’t mean I’m close to being finished by the way, but it does allow you to take a look and maybe even contribute should you want to. This includes all of the code from the

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[O365] Deploying a SharePoint theme / branding using JavaScript only

With provider hosted add-ins being introduced in SharePoint 2013, the world of SharePoint devs shifted to using provisioning schemes to get their stuff in SharePoint sites. And this worked, quite well i might add. You might have read my post on SPMeta2 vs PnP (which is a bit outdated I must add). These provisioning engines

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