This article is primarily focused on frontend developers, not DevOps. Web application development processes get complicated over time, and it's getting harder and harder for devs to understand their nuances. In addition, DevOps, besides the front, are engaged in a backend, and a bunch of other tasks that only they can solve.
How do we determine if an interface is available? And how accessible is it? Can it be made even more accessible? Of course, everyone understands quality in its own right, so standards and specifications come to the rescue.
In our opinion, memory problems are one of the most difficult to solve software problems. They are invisible to compilers and interpreters, and may, under certain conditions, either not occur at all or very seldom, over significant intervals of time.
The most probable cause of the demise of your product, regardless of the money put in its promotion, is simple - someone had let things slide. The right way to set up a marketing campaign is to test first, then optimize and gather the crops.
Large companies are often able to dedicate reasonable amounts of time, money
and effort on solving or preventing such issues. But what to do if we’re talking about
a small startup of five people, where the CEO is not only coding but is making tea
and occasionally mops up the floor as well?
Even one hundred percent coverage with code tests does not guarantee the absence of errors. By reducing the time of debugging, fixing and preventing the occurrence of new defects, we will save time on what we like the most - on solving complex problems. In addition, this will significantly reduce the cost of developing the product.
Let’s begin with a question. Why should one put in the time and effort to build a proper SDK? It’s a tricky one, especially considering an awful lot of SDK’s and reusable components already available on the market.
Almost every new day starts with your hand reaching for a phone to check an incoming mail, missed calls or answers to messages that you sent the other night. Still, social media marketing remains something of a white spot for many, which gives birth to countless myths across the board.
Which one is better – React, Angular or Vue.js? To answer this question which pops up so often, we not going to just take a wild guess, but rather try and investigate it, diving into the deep of numbers, market values, dev community’s opinions, and other important facts and figures.
Having worked for several years with startups all over the globe, we found out that 80% of miscommunication comes from 20% of the difference in vocabulary. It turned out, that in different countries and industries CEOs put sometimes completely different meanings to words MVP and POC.
Flutter has a lot of potentials, and currently is one of the most simple technologies to switch to. Probably, that’s the fastest technology to create something real fast, though there are some new ideas and approaches under the hood.