Posts in node

Easy Docs For Node And Python

September 15, 2018

Let’s say you are shipping a library. And let’s say that you are developing it in JavaScript, TypeScript or Python. As a developer, you probably want to have it documented. But documentation is complicated, right? You have to have a tool, integrate a bunch of plugins into it, and then have a process to somehow transform those into the proper formats. A lot of hassle. But what if it wouldn’t be?

DIY Docs In The Cloud

June 29, 2018

Yet another one of those times where people kept asking about something on Twitter, and I thought that it would be easier to write a blog post explaining the inner workings of things instead of responding in 280 characters. This time, this relates to "How can I build my own little", so let's tackle the problem head-on.

Creating A Content Validation Bot For GitHub

June 7, 2016

As we released the Visual F# documentation as open-source, one thing stood out as a challenge that needed to be tackled – content validation. There could be several things we could do, such as integrating extra validation rules in the build system or building a GitHub bot. I thought that as a learning experience, I will go the bot route. This post explains how I worked this problem.

Enabling Hidden Posts In Ghost Blog Instances

June 4, 2016

There might be several scenarios under which you need to make sure that certain published posts are hidden on your Ghost Blog landing page. Out-of-the-box this is not yet supported, but luckily there is an easy way to implement this restriction.

Command Line And vso-agent

November 25, 2015

A while ago Microsoft released this wonderful thing called the VSO agent – a cross-platform build agent that you can set up on MacOS X and/or Linux and hook it directly to a VSO or TFS instance to handle automated builds with a lot of customization options. You can get it here.

Release Of Hummingbird – Distribution List Converter

November 19, 2015

With the release of Outlook Groups, I got a lot of questions regarding the possibility of conversion of existing distribution groups to the new model. Instead of having users manually go through the process, I wrote a sample that demonstrates how it’s done with the help of EWS and Active Directory APIs. So how do you set it up?