Showing posts from July, 2015

CascadiaJs Best Sessions

Here are the session videos that blew my mind. The session titles are terrible, ignore them. The presenters are amazing. Shay Howe - Css as a Service: Maintaining Style Ben Straub - Hacking Culture with Javascript ANDREI KASHCHA - A story of package managers, graphs, and one million vertices

How to disable Umbraco's Client Dependency Handler (dependencyhandler.axd) for development

One of the tasks of the dependency handler ( dependencyhandler.axd ) used in Umbraco is to manage the return of client-side files such as css and javascript. For live code, caching this makes sense but for development, it just makes the troublesome line of code harder to find. While in development, make sure you change the web.config file's setting of compilation to debug=true. Then when you refresh the page. You should now see the client files in the network trace instead of the dependency handler. For more information, review the docs . For more extensive configuration, find the ClientDependency.config file in the Umbraco website's /Config directory, off of the root.