Tag: GitHub

Creating a GitHub Action
Creating a GitHub Action
Blog Posts

I wanted to describe how my flow usually works for creating a GitHub Actions. People often struggle to think of something to build because they start with an empty canvas: the action itself. That is not how I build up the action. For me the process is as follows: Have a need for something straightforward: like… READ MORE

GitHub Notification Settings
GitHub Notification Settings
Blog Posts

I notice a lot of people getting lost in their GitHub notifications. Here is what you can do to get some control back! The default settings send you emails for everything. A lot of people then create an email rule to move all those emails to a specific folder, which means they will never look… READ MORE

Azure Static Web Apps: hit the ground running!
Azure Static Web Apps: hit the ground running!
Webinars

Azure Static Web Apps is a service that automatically builds and deploys full stack web apps to Azure from a GitHub repository. But how do they work? Or, a better question, how do we make them work for us? Watch Rick van den Bosch’s webinar on Azure Static Web Apps and you will have enough… READ MORE

Power Apps Studio and GitHub 🚀
Power Apps Studio and GitHub 🚀
Blog Posts

During the Christmas holiday, I used my time off to explore the integration between Power Apps and GitHub. I started to explore this new feature because I wanted to see changes to the code. I mean real code. There is no way to easily see the code… Well, Power Apps is a no/low-code as we know, so I also know we should not want to see… READ MORE

Storing GitHub Traffic with Azure Functions
Storing GitHub Traffic with Azure Functions
Blog Posts

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