Yesterday we released metro-bootstrap 22.214.171.124. The new version brings the update to bootstrap 3.2.0 and some new configurations related to tiles.
Have you heard about Cortana? If you are a proud owner of a Windows Phone, I bet you did.
To the others, Cortana is like Siri, but for Windows Phone. One of the few things where iPhone was the first, since Windows Phone release (if you are an Apple fan, I bet that you want to leave your opinion, scroll down and leave a comment, but remember that this is just my humble opinion ☺ ).
If you have a Windows Phone with 8.1 installed you can start using Cortana. I have been testing and I found some funny questions and another more useful.
I leave a cool list below.
Have you ever asked yourself why people fall in love with products? Recently I listen Seth Godin saying that "if you are making a product for everyone, you are making a product for no one". I believe that this incredible sentence reveals the answer to the question.
This post will tell you why it's so important to create a strong identity for your product.
If you are using Diagnostics in Microsoft Azure, probably you walked through the horrible experience of analyse that data, specially if you are looking for a specific TimeStamp in the middle of tons of records.
Yesterday we released metro-bootstrap 126.96.36.199. The highlights of this release are based on improvements to tiles. We have been working to give you the flexibility to implement tiles where you want and as you want.
In the previous version metro-bootstrap tiles were based on the Thumbnail component of bootstrap that will let you place them side by side easily. Now you will be able to place a tile in a "div" tag, for example, and set the positioning as you want.
APIs are created to expose the system to other developers, so we need to provide documentation that explain how to use our API.
So far, so good, but maintain documents manually is a kind of boring. What about auto-generate it?
Well, if you are using ASP.NET Web API this is a piece of cake.
Do you have a project in GitHub and you are tired of manage the gh-pages branch manually?! If so, stay tuned because that can be pretty simple.
I used to make a full copy of the master repository into the gh-pages using the rebase command, but this brings a lack of organization because it's difficult don't mix the source code and the web pages files.
This blog post is about one of my other passions, cook! I'm a foodie, not just about the eating part of it, but I also love to cook. So, I want to do some tasty posts and share with you some simple recipes.
Being a programmer is not a healthy profession. We spend long hours sitting in front of a computer and this isn't helping our body. But we can change it by making some sport and putting the fast food aside and start cooking healthy and tasty food!
You can start right now, so I wrote down a recipe that you can make in 15 minutes. I hope you like!
Since we publish metro-bootstrap we saw an incredible acceptance to the project and we are really happy to have decided to delivery it as an open source project.
This project has grown up with a lack of structure in my opinion, so, this week I've been working to add Grunt and Bower to metro-bootstrap. To accomplish this task, I have the valuable help of Yeoman. If you're like me, and Grunt or Bower are crazy talk, you will find in Yeoman a great way to start.
This is my second try to create a personal blog and the third blog where I'm writing. The first two experiences were in WordPress.
In the past, my attempts failed by my fault, lack of commitment... But during the process, I learned how hard is to maintain a self hosted blog.
Create content to a blog is really time-consuming, so I don't need more work to maintain it. Maybe this is my Developer side telling me to stay away from maintenance tasks, like update packages and be sure that I'm not hacked.
let's be realistic, when we're a blogger the focus should be the content, the other tasks are just a black hole for the precious free time.