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I recently started working with SammyJS in my investment tracking web app and thought others might get some value out of a blog post on the topic. I had already developed a basic app API and ASP.NET website, but wanted to add support for the Single Page App (SPA) model to facilitate mobile access.

Have you been hearing about “big data”, “map reduce” and other large scale computing terms over the past couple of years and been curious to dig into more detail? Have you read some of the Apache Hadoop online documentation and unfortunately concluded that it wasn't feasible to setup a “test” hadoop environment on your machine?

I recently picked up a wireless network camera to use around the house. After getting it up and running, I realized that the “mobile” support was less than ideal. The camera’s on-board web server provided a still image, an ActiveX control or a Java Applet as viewing options and only the still image was usable on my iPhone. I decided to try a webpage which would refresh automatically every 1 second in order to get a crude motion video effect via the HTML meta tag...

In my prior blog post on this topic, I showed how to use the PowerShell Start-Process command to initiate the rebuild of a Visual Studio solution using MSBUILD. With today's post, I'll show how I've wrapped this call into a PowerShell function to make it more PowerShell friendly.

After participating in the 2011 Scripting Games, I started thinking that I could use PowerShell to automate the build process and cut the QA release time significantly. I've started developing some scripts to make this happen and through this article would like to start sharing some of the useful functions.

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