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

Paul Seal

Podcast Interview about Umbraco. Paul Seal on The Cynical Developer

Listen to my podcast interview about Umbraco talking with James Suddart from The Cynical Developer Read More

Paul Seal

Retrieving your audience from the grips of Rebloggers

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

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Simple Umbraco RSS XML Feed Example

In this post I give you a simple template to start using for your own RSS XML feed. It's very simple and straight forward. Read More

Paul Seal

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

Paul Seal

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

Paul Seal

How to create a random password generator in C#

In this post I will show you how to create your own password generator in C#. It can be used to generate random strong passwords and it complies with recommendations from OWASP Read More

Paul Seal

How to style the Google maps popup infowindow

One of my readers has asked to show them how they can style the popup infowindow on a google map. This post gives you a basic example of this. This is notoriously tricky, but I think I have simplified it for you. Read More

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How to create a custom Slack integration using webhooks

This post gives you the code and simple instructions on how to create your own custom integration for slack, written in .NET C# Read More

Paul Seal

Lazy loading images

This post gives you the code to allow your page to load faster, by using lower quality images firstly and then replacing them with the higher quality version after the page has loaded. Read More

Paul Seal