For the deployment of the TIQ marketing website 2020 redesign we decided to Dockerize the application and run in on Azure. I couldn’t find a lot about this setup on the Internet, so I’ve put in the time to figure it out. Hopefully it can save you some time.
ASP.NET used to have a nice Webpack integration with the officially supported
Microsoft.AspNetCore.SpaServices Nuget package. In August 2019 Microsoft announced that it would be deprecating this package and suggested a new integration mechanism with
Since I use this with Vue.js and the new integration mechanism doesn’t offer the same functionality, I’ll share how I managed to get up and running again in this post.
At some point in time I found myself needing to extract a customer logo from a custom icon font. Since finding the solution required some homework, I’ll share the results here to save you some time in case you stumble upon this via a search engine.
Google Analytics is hard to beat: it’s super easy to implement, it’s the market standard for analytics, it provides valuable insights and on top of that, it’s free.
That being said, Google Analytics comes with a hidden cost. Google Analytics has become ubiquitous and with that, so has Google surveillance.
For a long time, it was hard to find a good alternative to Google Analytics. But now, Matomo Analytics (formerly Piwik) deserves your serious consideration if you value your visitor’s privacy (and your own).
Note: I’m not affiliated with- or paid by any of the companies discussed in this article (Matomo & Google).
The ICO (.ico) icon format is a Windows icon format and as a web developer, I only see it used in the favicon.ico file. So when I was asked to export a logo in the ICO format for use in a desktop application, I had to do some homework. Since I couldn’t find it within a few minutes, here’s my contribution for anyone looking for a quick solution.