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About Thomas

Developer, Consultant, Microsoft Insider MVP

Building & Publishing .NET Standard Nuget Packages in VSTS

A while ago I started building a C# Wrapper (WordPressPCL) for the new WordPress REST API that was released in version 4.7. At first it was a regular Portable Class Library (hence the name), but with the release of .NET Standard I quickly switched to this new format which is more compatible and easier to

By | May 24th, 2017|Development|0 Comments

WebView & UWP – Freeing up Memory

This week I was working on a Universal Windows Platform app that needs to show a website inside a WebView for several hours at a time. Unfortunately after a few hours the app took all the RAM it could get due to some memory leaks inside the WebView which I don’t have any control over.

By | March 24th, 2017|Development|0 Comments

MCP23017-E/SP with DragonBoard 410c on Windows 10 IoT Core

The last few days I was trying to add additional GPIO ports to a DragonBoard 410c running Windows 10 IoT Core. I chose a MCP23017-E/SP chip that will provide you with 16 extra GPIO pins through I2C. Getting it to work is actually not that hard, if you can (unlike me) avoid those few nasty pitfalls.

By | March 16th, 2017|Development|0 Comments

Scraping Websites using Azure WebJobs, Node.js, jQuery, Async.js & gizp

In this post we’ll look at scraping Websites on a regular basis using Azure WebJobs & Node.js (jQuery / cheerio) and returning the data as JSON. In the example below we’ll each week grab the apps that are on sale as part of the “Red Stripe Deals” in the Windows Store. The resulting app details will be put into

By | May 4th, 2016|Uncategorized, Development|0 Comments