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In Powershell you have multiple execution policies that apply in a scoped manner.
This can be really useful if you e.g. want to restrict your script-execution for example per user or per … more
Run this in your favorite powershell environment ;) Make sure to have the sound on! This should work on both server environments and on desktop, hence not using the regular console beep :)
Let me … more
The interceptors are great for adding global error handling. Especially when developing a mobile html5 app, having a global timeout handler is great.
Combined with a jQuery animation showing … more
Angular is pain. Well, it's less pain than some other JS frameworks. But still pain.
I'm currently developing on a project set up using yeoman and the generator-angular.
We finished … more
There's a notable difference in how well the cmdlets perform when you are working with huge files in Powershell.
Check the following example, when concating 2 xml-files and outputting it into … more
Powershell and it's pipeline supports streams. This might not come as a surpise to some people, but I haven't seen many blog-posts discussing this.
It's a neat little thing!
Coming from a … more
I have this simple angular carousel. For the sake of debugging purposes, I'm using the following in my setup (I've left out some wrapping/details from the code)
StateProvider+StateFactory … more
I'm a huge fan of virtualization. However, when running a Windows Server 2012 from within VMWare Workstation or WMWare Fusion (On Mac) and wanting to enable Hyper-V (running virtual servers within … more
All you need is the following little web.config in your root-directory, which is deployed to AppHarbor. Set up auto-deploy from BitBucket or Git and you have a neat environment for prototyping your … more
How to make a method always run before Powershell exits (host)
In order to run a method before powershell exits (e.g. a user closes the powershell window, or types quit / exit), you can use the … more