Hybrid Work

So, What Are We Going to Do About Hybrid Work?

April 27, 2021

Successful hybrid workplaces assume remote work comes first and the office is an add-on – ensuring that one physical location doesn’t drive your company culture. Read why many favor hybrid work and why it could be the next big future of work trend.

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Protractor and Page Objects

September 29, 2015

In a previous post, we looked at using the Protractor framework with AngularJS apps. While Protractor is a great testing tool out of the box, it can benefit from some best practices to make a testing suite and its code more manageable. One practice worth considering for organizing test code is the use of a…

Aligning Children using Flexbox in React Native

September 22, 2015

This tutorial is part of a series, in which we are learning all about the layout system in React Native. I recommend that you read the previous tutorial about how flexDirection works as we will continue using the same project that we created in the first tutorial. Now that we have a better understanding of…

The Benefits and Drawbacks of Remote Work

July 7, 2015

When you hear “remote work” do you think of “dream job” and the ability to work outside of the office (dare I say on the beach)? Remote work has become a popular option among today’s workforce. Many companies allow the ability to work from home when necessary while others hire for full-time remote positions. Telecommuting…

5 Questions to Ask Before Designing a GIF

June 30, 2015

In the world of user experience and product design, animations are quickly becoming the new status quo. For example, Google’s Material Design Guidelines are ripe with animation philosophy and animations showing desired interaction patterns. Prototyping services like InVision are pushing animated GIFs as the answer to displaying transitions between user interface states. Visit any design…

Hands On With Polymer 1.0

June 18, 2015

Overview On May 29, 2015, the polymer team announced the release of Polymer 1.0.  Since the release of Polymer 0.5 developer preview, the team has rewritten the library from the ground up, with increased performance and better functionality as results. Polymer is one of the first implementations of a user interface library built upon the…

React Native ListView with Section Headers

June 16, 2015

Introduction React Native is an exciting framework that enables the developer to easily build native apps using a common web development stack. In a nutshell, you will be able to use the same codebase to build a native iOS and Android* application. You can read more about React Native in our introduction to React Native…

Pride, Prejudice and Quality Code

April 21, 2015

“Mary wished to say something very sensible, but knew not how.” ― Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice Have you ever been on a project that is simply riddled with problems? We’re not just talking about bugs either but trouble of all kinds – regression errors, performance issues, unnecessarily complex code, !important rules sprinkled with abandon…

SenchaCon 2015 – Day 1 Recap

April 8, 2015

An eventful first day of SenchaCon 2015 has just wrapped up with a plethora of mesmerizing announcements and demos. Here’s a recap of today’s highlights. Latest Trends in Web Application Development Leading up to the conference there was much anticipation for the keynote and what Sencha was going to unveil. Art Landro, Sencha’s CEO, kicked…

Angular + React Become ReAngular

April 1, 2015

Angular and React developers have revealed this morning that they are planning to merge to create a completely new framework, ReAngular. The feud is finally over! Angular fanboys and React crusaders can now join together into one native-hybrid superpower! The ability to write a native and hybrid app in one fell swoop will cause an…

Modus Create – Back from ngConf 2015

March 12, 2015

In March of 2015 the Angular community again gathered to attend the second annual ngConf. For ngConf’s second iteration Modus Create sent a small team, including yours truly. Each day of the conference was carefully orchestrated mayhem, which included delicious meals – not to mention an unhealthy amount of snack options – culminating in a…

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