Recently I found I needed to remove all the HTML tags from some text in Power Query. I searched and found a great – if complex – function from Marcel Beug here, but I realised that since that post was written the Html.Table M function has been added to the language and that it makes the task very easy. In fact it’s basically the same as the solution I blogged about here for extracting URLs from a web page.
A while ago, I blogged about how you can get to all the tags on Docker Hub, for all images of Microsoft Dynamics NAV. This was more useful than I ever imagined, as many people referred to it, or I had to refer to it for others. In any case, for us “simple” NAV “dinosaurs”, these docker tags doesn’t always seem to be easy to “assemble”, so getting a list of all of them, is sometimes nice to get to the very specific one that one might need – or just to get an idea of what else is out there (or better yet “in there”).
Some time ago, I created this script because I wanted to know all the available tags on dockerhub for the “microsoft/dynamics-nav” repository on Docker.
Why? I don’t know anymore :-). But it was clear that the “tags” section on DockerHub only showed us a very small part of the available tags.