It has been a long while (2013) since I promised writing about Psake and using Powershell for build scripts.
In my last post about Feature Toggles I mentioned that, for my simple scenario, I chose FeatureSwitcher amongst the plethora of packages (254 packages for the feature toggle search, never went beyond page 1).
A Feature Toggle is just a way to enable of disable certain software features based on several criteria (configuration flag, time, user, some complex context,…).
In part III we got PhoneGap Build (PGB) “cooking” our artifacts and generating the binaries stew.
In Part II we got to create a .zip file with the artifacts to be uploaded to PhoneGap Build (PGB)
Lately, my team has been doing some hybrid mobile apps development with Cordova and Ionic and one of the multiple challenges faced during such development is: how (and where) do I build the resulting app?
…by looking into the past. Because that is what it should be considered when it stops supporting a version that is 7 years, 5 months and 2 days old; for one that is 5 years and 9 days.
At work, my team and I have been working with RavenDB for quite some time. Despite some people objections, the team usually shares a single development database. There is still the occasional “I made this breaking change… Guys! Get latest!!” but happens quite rarely. Besides documents, there is another data artifact that is very necessary for RavenDB to work: indexes […]
Well, not everywhere. Only in my project. When I was querying RavenDB. Here how I solved it. The catalog Model Our catalog, as many other product catalogs in the world is made up of products and categories. A product must belong to at least a given standard category and can belong to zero or more non-standard categories. Although the most […]
With a new year, comes a new release of NMoneys.