Custom Javascript iOS 14 Widgets with Scriptable

Published: 17th of September 2020.

Finally creating the perfect home screen with custom javascript iOS 14 widgets using Scriptable app.

Sync Apple Workouts to Toggl with Siri Shortcuts

Published: 2nd of July 2020.

Use this Siri Shortcut to instantly sync your logged Apple workouts to a project in Toggl.

Check tracked time in Toggl with iOS Shortcuts

Published: 31st of January 2019.

How you can use iOS Shortcuts for a one-click approach to see time logged towards a Toggl project today.

Use Toggl to track daily goal achievements

Published: 29th of October 2018.

Daily goals are great, tracking them daily not so much. The good news is that if you've already tracked the time in Toggl you don't need to do double the work.

Sync Fitbit workouts to Toggl

Published: 9th of October 2018.

Find out how easy it can be to sync your Fitbit workout data to Toggl projects, you can even set it up to sync automatically without you needing to lift a finger. Best of all is it doesn't cost a thing.

Start Specific Toggl Timer with iOS12 Shortcuts

Published: 22nd of September 2018.

Let's make a iOS 12 Shortcut that does exactly one thing: start a predefined Toggl Timer.

Permanently hiding the Episerver license warning in Chrome

Published: 20th of September 2018.

Let's get rid of that Episerver license warning message in development shall we.

Create Episerver Model properties using code snippets

Published: 18th of September 2018.

As an Episerver developer you will be creating properties on your Page/Block/Media models a lot, and it's generally a pain to type everything out again and again. So I've created some TAB TAB magic to make life easier.

Replace all occurrences of something in the HTTP response

Published: 17th of September 2018.

Using ActionFilters and HttpModules to modify the MVC response HTML for 'securing' all links opening in a new tab.

Previewing custom document types in Episerver

Published: 15th of September 2018.

Recently I worked on a project where we needed to enable "edit mode" preview for a custom document type. It seemed like it would be a trivial task, just set up a view and map the document type in the TemplateCoordinator. Turns out we need some UIDescriptor magic.

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