How to get the swagger JSON file from a Web API

If you need to know the url to get the swagger json file, then this is the post for you. Read More

What is Visual Studio Live Share and how do you use it?

This post shows you how to get set up to start using Visual Studio Live Share for remote pair programming. Read More

3 Features of ES7 (and Beyond) That You Should Be Using, Now

JavaScript is anything but a "static" language (pun intended). It seems everything is changing - even the naming of releases has changed, with years marking the language version. But which features you can use now? Or Soon? It isn't always obvious, but there a… Read More

How to create a Hangman Chat Bot game in Node.js using Microsoft Bot Framework

This post will show you step by step how to create a Chat Bot using Node.js and the Microsoft Bot Framework. Don't be put off if you've never used node.js before. It's really easy to use. You don't need to be an expert to write node.js programs. Anyone can fol… Read More

How to create a responsive website without knowing how to write code - Bootstrap Studio

Bootstrap studio lets you build fully responsive websites without having to know how to write CSS, HTML or JavaScript. Read More

How to inline CSS and JavaScript bundles in MVC

This post shows you how you can combine bundling and minification with inline styles and scripts in MVC. Read More

Retrieving your audience from the grips of Rebloggers

My struggle with rebloggers and my simple solution for the problem. Read More

How to set up GA Event Tracking in 3 easy steps

This post makes setting up Event Tracking with GA really easy. It's definitely worth doing on your site. Read More

Simple .NET keep alive handler to prevent timeout

This post shows you how to create a simple keep alive for a .NET website so people can stay logged in whilst the page is open, instead of it timing out after 20 minutes. Read More

Switch between ajax and post back in the same form

I realised that I needed to change the mode of the form depending on which button was pressed. So I came up with this bit of javascript/jquery. Read More