Devhack

#DevHack: Dynamic manifests for Progressive Web App aka PWA

October 28, 2020

In the previous #DevHack, I told you how to use deep links in your PWA for Microsoft Teams. This approach I currently implemented in one of my proof of concepts. Another functionality that my POC needed to have is to have dynamic manifest creating for the PWA. Info #DevHack: Deep linking to Microsoft Teams in Android and iOS In this #DevHack, I will tell you how you can make it possible to get dynamic manifests for your PWA using Azure Static Web Apps and Azure Functions.

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#DevHack: Deep linking to Microsoft Teams in Android and iOS

October 21, 2020

This week #DevHack is about opening Microsoft Teams deep links from your solution/app. For a new proof of concept, I wanted to open a chat/app from my PWA app quickly. Luckily Microsoft Teams supports this with their deep links functionality. Info Read more about Microsoft Teams deep links here: deep links documentation In the documentation, it states that you must use the https://teams.

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#DevHack: Simple caching in Node.js Azure Functions

October 12, 2020

Azure Functions do not have an out-of-the-box caching mechanism. For caching, the recommended way would be to use a distributed cache like Azure Cache or Redis. These services each come with their price tag and might be too robust for the cache you want to create or need. For Azure Function created with C#, you can use the good old memory cache.

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#DevHack: Microsoft Edge - Network Console

October 3, 2020

For a long time, I loved using Postman for API testing. Ever since the Chrome apps got deprecated, the experience was not the same anymore. Since then, I have been using Charles, Insomnia, and some other tools. This week I discovered an experimental feature in Microsoft Edge which allows you to edit and replay API calls from within the browser.

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