Some time ago an acquaintance started a danish version of “Word a Week” on Twitter. She would every week tweet a word that she thought wasn’t used enough. It could be a real word or some old slang. I found it very funny and thought “Why isn’t there a site…


Recently I have rediscovered my love for Golang. A language that I used to develop in professionally as a consultant.

Since that time the landscape have changed. New tools have arrived on the scene and Go finally have a modules system.

Getting those two to play nicely on CircleCI wasn’t…


This time we are using Rollup instead of Webpack and it is super easy. Also it requires less configuration.

Before going further I suggest you read the other blog post which will explain the conventions behind the Rollup configuration.

Rollup Configuration

// rollup.config.js
import fs from 'fs'
import CloudFormation from 'yaml-cfn'
import typescript from 'rollup-plugin-typescript'
import…


In a world where scalability is everything it is hard to ignore the new wave of “Serverless”. One of the biggest players in this space is Amazon AWS with their Lambda offering.

In this post I am going to try and explain how I set up my AWS Sam projects…


Over the last decade I have started to travel more and more. When travelling a lot one of the constant problems is figuring out how to pay for stuff like food accommodation etc. Without paying millions in fees to your bank or Forex companies. …


At work we are starting to test Electron and see what we can do with it. Electron gives us several ways to create desktop applications. One of those are as simple as opening a URL in a BrowserWindow. But sometimes we want to do more and run code in Electron based on what happens in the application embedded in our BrowserWindow.

Fortunately Electron gives us access to ipcRenderer and ipcMain which together with a simple preload script makes this quite easy.

So let’s start with a simple Electron app. This will open https://google.com and use our preload script.

When we receive an event on the postMessage channel we will just use console.log to log some output. If open-url is then triggered we will send a message to the renderer process for our mainWindow.

Henrik Bjørnskov

I build stuff at Relatel A/S, vivid traveller and gear junkie.

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