Why I'm moving to Sass

As a front-end developer, I’ve had my fair share of working with CSS preprocessors. Two of the most prominent preprocessors I’ve had the pleasure of working with are Sass and Less. They’re both great, and I still use both of them, but here’s why I’m leaving Less for Sass.

Log4net Loggly Appender for EPiServer CMS

Loggly is a great cloud-based logging tool. It enables developers to centralise their logging to one convenient location, which helps reduce the time it usually takes to log into the server where the project is located, find the relevant log files, and scroll through the countless number of lines to find that one specific log entry. Needless to say, it’s a useful tool indeed, and this plugin enables you to effortlessly implement this feature into your EPiServer CMS project.

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MVC in Telerik Mobile Appbuilder

Recently I started playing around with the Telerik Platform Mobile Appbuilder and tried my hand at building mobile apps. It’s an awesome tool, and despite its flaws, most of which are negligible, it does provide developers a viable avenue to quickly build mobile apps. The best part is, I get to code in HTML5 and JavaScript.

For the most parts, I was working with Kendo UI, Telerik’s own front-end UI framework. It took some time to work out what’s what, but since it was all HTML and JavaScript, I was up and running in no time.

I started experimenting, and tried to implement an ASP.NET MVC approach to building my project.

LESS Tips For Moar

I’ve used LESS for a little over two years now, and I just thought I’d share the things I’ve learnt about LESS that has helped me be more efficient and productive when working on the front-end.

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