As we kick off a new year, most of us make resolutions... and some of us even stick to them! Here are 10 ways to be a better front-end developer in 2014. This is a helpful guide for designers and developers alike. The list is partly wise advice based on previous experience, and partly a new year's resolution.
As a web professional, it is important to keep up with the latest web technology and continue to up-skill yourself throughout your career. One easy way to up-skill is by learning from online training websites. Since there are lots of these online training websites out there, it can be difficult to know where to start. We have done a quick review of the biggest online learning tools out there, and also created a nifty little comparison table to help you choose the best online learning ...
The holiday season is upon us and fortunately there is still time to get your hands on some awesome gifts for you or the special geek in your life, this Christmas. Here is our top 5 gift picks from the web.
When it comes to Bitcoin the largest barrier to entry is actually getting your first Bitcoins. There are basically 3 ways to obtaining them: Bitcoin mining, accepting them as payment or purchasing them with dollars through a website or in person. In this post we will be talking about the latter.
With the new year finally here and the design team having just made it back into the office we thought that now is a great time to look back on what has been happening over the last year in the web design scene and come up with some predictions for what we think the top web design trends of 2014 might be.
This year we are expecting to see a continued decline in the use of legacy browsers and an increase in support for new, exciting web technologies. This transition will empower developers to build faster web apps that perform consistently across all devices as well as being on-par with the speed and capability of native apps.
Introducing Raygun, a SaaS product from Mindscape for tracking bugs in software, which we found also works great for tracking bugs in websites and apps. Here are our top five reasons for using it as part of your web development workflow.
Speedy page loads are integral to the success of a website. It's a simple equation, the longer visitors have to wait for content to load, the less likely they are to stick around. Here are some improvements that you can make on the client-side and the server-side to decrease page loading time.
WordPress has worked it's way into the web developer's toolkit in the last few years as a platform for quickly building feature-rich websites. As great as WordPress is, it's plugin-centric nature means it's prone to bugginess. Luckily, we found a tool to help us stay on top of all the errors: Raygun!