knockout.js

Knockout is a MVVM framework for javascript. It has been around for a while, but I never spent too much time with it until recently, when pluralsight released a free training that included knockout. My impressions – this is definitely something I could utilize in quite a few places, but it carries a pretty big startup cost, so I’d think hard before using it in a project. First,…

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git-tf second encounter

Last time I wrote about my first impressions after trying out git-tf. Now it’s time for part two. I started using git-tf just before they released version 2 that introduced a few changes, so I was a bit confused about the ‘unexpected’ results. Let’s start with the things that didn’t change. One changeset vs all changesets By default, when you do a git tf checkin all the commits…

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Calculate SHA hex

Forms authentication has an option to use a web.config based authentication. One of the possible encryption algorithms is sha1. To calculate it, you can create a tool in c# (I even did that, but.. I lost it when my drive crashed) or you can use python. It’s as simple as There are probably many other ways to do that, but you must admit, this is a quick one Cheers…

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git-tf first encounter

As promised here I’ll share some info on using git-tf. Just started, so the impressions may change but as a starter that should be good enough. Intro git-tf is developed by microsoft guys and … what a surprise it was when I found a download link straight from a microsoft server. Usually, things like that provided on the same site the project is hosted but not this time (promisi…

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