Lee Kelleher

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  1. Using ClientDependency Filters to manipulate HTML

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    On a recent Umbraco project, I needed to be able to manipulate the HTML contents before it was sent to the browser. Typically, on Umbraco projects you'd do whatever you need do within Razor templating, but in my case, I had to do after the entire page markup was built. (I won't go into details, as the requirement is specific to my client project.) My initial thought for the solution was using a Request.Filter. I'd…

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  2. Mastodon

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    I've signed up to Mastodon. You can find me here: @leekelleher@mastodon.social. I've known about Mastodon for a long time, I really like the distributed concept. I hadn't signed-up before as most of my friends were very active on Twitter. It's the "Social Networks are like Pubs" analogy again. I guess the reason for signing up to Mastodon now is an attempt to step outside of the (perceived) echo chamber and my comfort zone. I remember…

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  3. Removed Comments

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    I've decided to remove the comments from my blog. There were a couple of reasons. First, they aren't being used. It's been 3 years since the last comment. Not that my posts are opinionated and require debate, most of them are informational, so this doesn't surprise me. My assumption is that Twitter has made blog comments less relevant over the past 10 years. Second, I was using the Disqus commenting system. Overall Disqus offers a…

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  4. Ending our UMCO Patreon campaign

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    This evening Matt & I posted on our Patreon campaign for UMCO. I'm cross-posting here for posterity... The UMCO Patreon campaign is ending Reflecting back on the past 2 years of running our Patreon campaign, we've had great success and gained quite a few backers (which we are extremely grateful for), but at the same time we've learned a few things about what running a successful campaign actually means for OSS and what the expectations…

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  5. Exporting my Flickr Data

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    Flickr have announced they are limiting free accounts to 1,000 photos. Meaning my older photos would be deleted. Given my travelblog links to many of my old photos, I'd have to either upgrade to a Pro account, or find a way to export all my Flickr data.

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  6. 24 Days: Content Apps gold rush

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    I wrote an article for this year's 24 Days In Umbraco Christmas Calendar about a new Umbraco v8 feature called Content Apps. There is much interesting in their potential, but will this be done individually or by collaboration?

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Year archive

  1. 2020
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  3. 2018
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