Rager is service that notifies you when the projects you care about most publish a new release. After signing up using your GitHub account, you can start “watching” your favorite projects hosted by GitHub, NuGet or npm. Every night Rager scans for new releases. If it finds one that you are “watching”, it sends you an email with a link to the new release!
Constantly reevaluate the logging level applied to log events. Your typing was not directed by angels and your code was not ordained by God when you selected warning as the level for your log event. That code is up for change just like the rest.
VagrantPress and VVV use the Vagrant::Hostsupdater plugin to allow you to access your development WordPress sites at a friendlier URL (e.g. http://vagrantpress.dev instead of http://localhost:8080). On Windows machines, the plugin updates the file at
C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts, but modifying this files requires admin access. Continue reading Vagrant Hostsupdater Requires Admin
I’ve been working on a new web app lately and decided to allow users to sign up and log in with their GitHub account. I’m using go-github to interact with the GitHub API and with this library there are two different ways to get a user’s email address.
System.Diagnostics.Process class provides the options to retrieve all output from an external process after it has completed, or to retrieve events containing the output as the execution occurs. The option to receive asynchronous output events is useful in scenarios where you need to provide user feedback or log the output when timeouts occur.
When receiving asynchronous output events, you must ensure that the external process has completed when you want to make sure that you get all the output. Continue reading Flush Async Output Events