Occasionally, on updating a plugin you might see the ‘Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance’ message in WordPress. This will be visible even if logged in as Admin. As part of the update process a “.maintenance” file is temporary created in the root folder of WordPress.
Brudenell fairly recently turned up the Northern social club vibe by selling pie and mash. Not just any old pie of course but a Pieminister pie. It’s not that unbelievable then when I enter the venue, walk into the lounge to grab a pint I spot the whole band sat around one of the tables getting stuck into a round of pies. There’s a few looks amongst the crowd of “is that Wire eating pie?” and yeah it is. So what. Anyway, I look across a little later and noticed the band apart from Graham have left and the support is on. I decide to check out the support…
When creating an entity (with child entities) using POST with OData the response will only show the main Entity created. Child entities are ignored.
Carried out a discovery phase recently to look at Azure API Management and the key features gained by layering Azure’s API Manager (APIM) as a proxy/facade layer between your backend APIs. One of the elements of APIM that rather appealed to me was the “out of the box” caching.