Tag: GitHub

Storing GitHub Traffic with Azure Functions
Storing GitHub Traffic with Azure Functions
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Frustrated by GitHub Insights As an owner of a handful of large public repos for my job, one of the things that I care about is knowing the traffic to the repos to get an understanding of visibility. GitHub has this amazing feature, called GitHub Insights, which allows you to see some of this data, however… READ MORE

Generating OpenAPI / Swagger definition from Azure Functions
Generating OpenAPI / Swagger definition from Azure Functions
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When you build a regular web app in ASP.NET Core, you can easily hook bunch of tools to it in order to be able to generate OpenAPI definitions. With Azure Functions, this is slightly more complex and challenging. At the moment there doesn’t appear to be any official release and recommended guidance form Microsoft on how-to generate… READ MORE

Azure, Your Template Repository (Preview)
Azure, Your Template Repository (Preview)
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The functionality of Azure is ever expanding. People can easily feel overwhelmed by the wealth of functionality accessible through API’s and the Azure portal. Today I’d like to show you how you can easily store your favourite (company-specific) templates right inside the Azure environment, where it can be accessed by you, your co-workers and customers… READ MORE