Octopus Deploy in the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar [feedly]

So while I use Octopus Deploy and TeamCity for continuous delivery for windows based software, I am now starting to look at chef, puppet and vagrant for deploying non windows stack technology. But if you are a windows shop and want to take the headache out of deploying websites and windows services then do look at Octopus Deploy. It makes deploying 10 or times per day a reality and even a pleasure. Even to the point...

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Amazon Web Services launches mobile push notifications [feedly]

Amazon add another feature that keeps them so far ahead in cloud computing. Yes the others are catching up but to launch a production site or service I would seriously have to look at the requirements and cost to think about not using them.     Shared via feedly // published on // visit site Amazon Web Services launches mobile push notifications Amazon Web Services reinforces its mobile presence by launching Simple Notification Service (SNS),...

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A Survey of the Localhost Proxying Landscape [feedly]

A webhook for our app is on my backlog so these are on my radar.     Shared via feedly // published on John Sheehan // visit site A Survey of the Localhost Proxying Landscape In late 2009, soon after coining the term 'webhooks' and starting to evangelize them to the world, Jeff Lindsay ran into a problem. I had another idea while thinking about webhooks. It would be great if I could expose a...

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Build Google Chrome Extensions in Visual Studio [feedly]

A fantastic helper for building chrome extensions. Worth a look.     Shared via feedly // published on .NET Slave // visit site Build Google Chrome Extensions in Visual Studio A little while back, Sayed Hashimi and I built the Web Developer Checklist Chrome extension as a companion for the website webdevchecklist.com. We built the extension in Visual Studio and quickly realized that we could optimize the development experience substantially by tweaking the build process...

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The World’s Simplest HTML5 WYSISYG Inline Editor [feedly]

I had one of these. cross browser wasn't fun for pasting content at cursor...     Shared via feedly // published on A List Apart: The Full Feed // visit site The World's Simplest HTML5 WYSISYG Inline Editor » The World's Simplest HTML5 WYSISYG Inline EditorAll it takes is contenteditable, execCommand, and 14 lines of JavaScript. (The demo uses Bootstrap and jQuery, but they can easily be done without.) ℅ @chriscoyier Visit website Sent via...

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