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Programming and Learning from SD November 2016 Entries
Aurelia Links
I'm posting new links at my new AlignedDev blogI’ve been following AureliaJs for quite awhile now and I’ve collected a lot of links. Here they are, in no particular order, for you to enjoy. Please follow me @alignedDev and checkout my articles on Gooroo. My Aurelia Code for a presentation https://channel9.msdn.com/E... http://pca.st/Jodj - The Aurelia JavaScript Framework with Rob Eisenberg - Hanselminutes http://www.youtube.com/watc... ......

Posted On Monday, November 14, 2016 10:25 AM

Application Insights is not showing browser exceptions when window.onerror is set
We are using Application Insights from Azure to gain insight into our production database. We noticed that the browser tab was not showing Browser exceptions. This should be working by default as discussed in their Application Insights for web pages walk through shows, but ours was empty. I was certain we didn’t have perfect JavaScript code, so I dug deeper. First I made a quick file new project in Visual Studio, checked use Application Insights, added a throw new Error(‘bad dev!`), published it ......

Posted On Thursday, November 10, 2016 3:52 PM

Some Git help
I shared some information at a Lunch and Learn along with a demo and now I’m sharing it with you. "branching as a tool vs branching as a strategy" ~ Scott a branch is a playground new task = new branch, use Pull Requests to get the code into master - or allow direct check-in to master (for 1 or 2 person teams?) checkout a branch with git checkout myBranch from VS UI VS Code UI #taskNumber in comment will link up to a TFS task. Pull Request - gated - code reviews Command Line get latest = git pull ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 8, 2016 1:29 PM

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