With the arrival of the New Year, we asked CTOs and developers to reflect on this past year and to share their personal resolutions for 2017. We hope these resolutions will inspire you to set your own goals to become a better developer.
In this tutorial, I’ll introduce Docker, what all the hype has been about, what advantages it can give you, and how you can get started using it for you development projects.
Prototyping tools are also great applications that will give you many advantages as a web developer. Each tool has a unique set of features and settings, so all you need to do is to try them out. Here are some that are worth giving a shot!
Feeling slow and unproductive? Here are some of the best productivity hacks you can do to speed up your web development process.
The camps are well and truly established. In the red corner we have yes-www and in the blue corner we have no-www. But who should we back?
January 28th, 2015 was a whole new kind of Developer’s Black Thursday. Not too long after their Facebook acquisition, Parse announced they were going to close their services.
As a contractor software developer, Codementor Vyacheslav is asked from time to time to audit LAMP projects. As project configuration is different, he uses a so-called “umbrella repository environment”, which allows him to wrap such projects into reusable vagrant environment without need to amend audited projects codebase itself. In this...
Unit testing is a critical skill for modern software developers. It’s now considered a standard interview topic. This post will cover what you need to know (and should practice!) to gain unit testing confidence.
Introduction If you’ve at all been near a computer during the last few weeks, there is no doubt you’ve seen the trippy, psychedelic pictures that are the result of Google’s Deep Dream algorithm, which was recently released as Open Source. Even though the original source code claims rather cheerily that it is “designed to have as few...
Note: We assume you are familiar with Gulp & Sass Ionic Framework by default uses CSS, but allows you to customise its default values using Sass. All you need to do is use this handy little command ionic setup sass and you are all set. If you want a more detailed guide go here. This creates a task in your gulpfile.js for compiling...