Year: 2014

Simple AngularJS Lists

I like lists. No hang on – I LOVE lists! And luckily for me, creating lists of things in AngularJS is pretty straight forward, and incredibly useful to have in your code toolbox! In this post I’m going to run

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Debugging JSON in an AngularJS application

So when you query an API or Web service and it chucks you back a load of JSON, you now need to figure out the structure of that data to work it into your AngularJS template. This can sometimes be

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Using different versions of the same DLL in a project

I’ve been working on a project the last couple of weeks, integrating an E-commerce system with an Umbraco website. The E-commerce platform uses Lucene.Net 3.0.3 to manage its catalog. Umbraco uses Lucene.Net 2.9.4.1 to power its search engine. These two

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Deploying Umbraco 7 to an Azure Website using Bitbucket

So the other week I posted a blog post called How to deploy Umbraco 7 to an Azure Website using Visual Studio Online which, apart from having a very long title has also proved to be quite a popular article!

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How to deploy Umbraco 7 to an Azure Website using Visual Studio Online

So last week I thought I would quickly knock up an Umbraco 7 website and host it on Windows Azure so I can hack about with it while I’m at the Umbraco Codegarden conference this week. It’s pretty simple to

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