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Searching for what you need in Jira using JQL

June 18, 2018

An organization’s Jira instance can quickly become a sea of issues. Seemingly overnight, an instance can accumulate thousands of epics, stories, and bugs. At first, it’s easy to remember and keep track of specific issues. But in a short amount of time, this feat of mental agility becomes impossible. A user can begin to feel…

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Using Jira Sub-Tasks for QA Workflows

June 6, 2018

If you don’t have an official test management tool, Jira offers enough configurations for both manual and automated testing workflows. Check out our guide to using Jira Sub-Tasks for QA workflows.

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Driving Remote Engagement with Gratitude and Tacos

Driving Remote Engagement with Gratitude and Tacos

April 18, 2018

Gratitude is Essential Team members enjoy recognition for a job well done. People crave honest and meaningful feedback. Learning to master sincere and respectful congratulations is critical. Praise is one of the most regarded motivators in a high-performing team. Recognition can come from a team lead to a team member (or vice versa) or from…

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Angular 7.0 - Top 4 Changes

April Fools: Top 4 Changes Coming In Angular 7.0

April 1, 2018

With Angular 7 coming soon, we’re happy to see that so many of you come to the Modus blog for news and insight into Angular. Before reading this article, check the publish date. This was our April Fool’s joke! Stay tuned in the coming weeks for real updates from Modus Create on Angular 7. We’re…

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Building Web Components with Stencil

Building Web Components with Stencil

March 9, 2018

Over the past few years, web development standards have evolved so much that many of us have had a hard time catching up. Even now, there’s a new javascript framework being created somewhere in the world that’ll go live in the next few months. Yet keeping up to date is crucial in the software industry…

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10 Product Design Principles

February 9, 2018

Over the past two years, Modus Create’s product design practice has grown from two employees to eight employees. As with any growing practice, we have experienced our growing pains. We also discovered new ways to problem solve and meet client needs. Check out our list of 10 design principles to run a succesful product design practice.

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Building Better Ionic Apps with Ionic Pro, Part 4

February 5, 2018

In our previous post, we set up Ionic Monitor to catch runtime errors and fix them before they become a disaster for end users. In Part 4 of our Ionic Pro series, we will go through the Ionic Deploy service.   Ionic Deploy allows us to publish changes and hot updates to our Ionic 3…

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Building Better Ionic Apps with Ionic Pro, Part 3

January 29, 2018

In our previous post, we demonstrated how to easily run an Ionic app on devices without installing the native SDKs using Ionic DevApp. For Part 3 in our series, we will use Ionic Monitor to find and fix errors before they are caught by users. Ionic Monitor Ionic Monitor is a great tool as it…

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Agile Development Teams: Size Matters

January 26, 2018

Can I make my project move faster if I simply add more team members? This question has plagued project managers since the beginning of our profession. For many manufacturing-like projects, the answer to this fits into the project management pyramid. If I keep the scope constant and I want to reduce my timeline, I need…

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Building Better Ionic Apps with Ionic Pro, Part 2

January 22, 2018

In Part 1 of this series, we created a rapid prototype using Ionic Creator. In Part 2 we’ll talk about the Ionic DevApp to see how it helps in developing apps faster. According to a survey by Ionic, 94.3% of developers are targeting Android while 83.2% of them targeted iOS. Tablets and Progressive Web Apps…

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