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Along with acting as VP of BIWUG (Belgian Information Worker User Group), Elio is an independent contractor for his own consulting company, Struyf Consulting.

Localization of Webviews in Visual Studio Code Extensions

In the previous post, I showed how to localize the extension commands/settings and code. In this post, I want to show how to localize the webviews in Visual Studio Code extensions, as this is a bit more complicated and not yet documented. First, webviews allow you to create fully customizable views for your extensions.

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Localization of Visual Studio Code Extensions

Welcome to another blog post where we explore the world of Visual Studio Code extensions! In this article, I will delve into localizing your extensions. Localization allows you to make your extension accessible to users around the globe by providing translations in different languages. As some things were unclear to me when I wanted to start localizing one of my extensions, I wrote this article to help others in the same situation.

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Approve a multi-tenant webApiPermissionRequests scope for your SPFx solution

It has been a long time ago since I wrote about SharePoint. Lately, I got into a Viva Connections project where I had to approve a multi-tenant webApiPermissionRequests scope and ran into an issue where it was impossible to approve the permission scope. Show image Failed permission approval The error that gets returned is The requested permission isn't valid.

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Managing my Hugo website with a content and asset submodule

As a developer, I’ve found that managing my Hugo website’s content with a submodule has been an excellent solution for keeping everything organized and easily accessible. There are several benefits to using a submodule, including the ability to share content with others and reuse it on different sites. With a content submodule, all of your website’s content and assets are stored in a separate repository on GitHub.

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Dispatch a GitHub Action via a fine-grained Personal Access Token

Finally, I made a move with my blog to start using two repositories in production. One repository holds all the markdown content and assets, and another contains the content of my website. The reason for this change is that I want to use the content of my blog for testing out other static-site generators and frameworks.

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