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TPL Dataflow by Example code samples for LINQPad

by Howard van Rooijen

Reactive Programming and in particular Task Parallel Library Dataflow has been on my radar for a number of years after reading  Stephen Toub’s “Introduction to TPL Dataflow” whitepaper and watching his Channel9 videos (TPL Dataflow Tour, Inside TPL Dataflow). Unfortunately all of my research time of late has been absorbed trying to keep up with […]


Jasmine MetaRunner for TeamCity

by Howard van Rooijen

In the post “Unit testing AngularJS with Visual Studio, ReSharper and TeamCity” Mike Larah describes how to use the Jasmine BDD Framework to test AngularJS and how to configure it to run in both Visual Studio (via ReSharper) and via TeamCity. It’s a great post, because we couldn’t find a single other blog post that […]


This post will go through how to write unit tests for your AngularJS app using Jasmine, how to run those tests in Visual Studio with ReSharper and the PhantomJS headless browser, and how to add a build step to your TeamCity CI pipeline to run the tests. The source code for the demo app is available […]


Troubleshooting Twilio with New Relic

by Richard Kerslake

Recruitment Genius asked endjin to develop an automated, telephony-based candidate interviewing system, using Twilio and Microsoft Azure. After it went live, Recruitment Genius started receiving a number of support calls from users who were having trouble logging into the system. Troubleshooting involved a series of laborious steps to manually tally Twilio logs with logs from the rest […]


Last month I wrote a guest blog post for JetBrains; a detailed step by step guide for creating a custom TeamCity MetaRunner to notify NewRelic that a new deployment has occurred based on a case study I wrote earlier in the year called “From Chaos, Through Fear, To Confidence” which details an ALM and DevOps […]


Example of a full-width bleed using Bootstrap 3

by Matthew Adams

In my previous post, I listed some top tips for getting started with bootstrap, and then produced a basic example layout with box-outs, sidebars and bleeds. One of the most common questions that has come from that post is “how do I achieve a section with a full-width bleed (e.g. for a full-width background), part […]


In the previous posts I’ve explained how to set up installers in your application, how to use the content factory, and how to set up the composition framework for ASP.NET. In this post I will show you how to debug the container. If you try to resolve a component that has missing dependencies, the Container will […]


To use endjin composition framework with an ASP.NET MVC 4/WebAPI application, firstly pull in the Endjin.Core.Composition.Web package from NuGet. Following the steps from the previous posts, you can set up your interfaces, concrete types and installers. No further initialization is required though – the package includes extensions for configuring and initializing the container, and also […]


As I explained in this post, the framework provides a set of installers for registering components against interfaces in the container. Another powerful tool in the composition framework is the ContentFactory. This provides methods for registering and getting content based on a contentType string. When getting content, if the contentType is not found in the […]


In the last post I introduced v2.0 of our open source, composition framework. In this post, I’m going to cover a quick example of how to get started with the basics of the endjin composition framework. Firstly, we define an interface for some type Then, we create a concrete type for our interface Now we can […]


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