Not always your progress depends on you. Sometimes different bad things happen and you can’t do anything about it. For example, on the very deadline, your laptop is going mad. Or your hosting service can experience downtime. But the person you blame in this case is you. Please, don’t do that. There are many better things to do. Things like reading our Friday Syndicode Digest #18 – Dolphin’s homework.
Where would you be without your favorite web application today? Imagine that you have no longer ability to use the same application across all your devices and share/edit or send information to your friends using the same version of the app? Or isn’t it a nightmare to install all your applications on the hard drive? In this article we will talk about web applications and why Ruby on Rails is ideal for Web App development.
Recently we published the article about 7 web development trends in 2017. To be honest, it was mostly about trends you are already familiar with (but obviously need to raise your awareness). And now we decided to pull off the curtains on the mobile app development trends in 2017. And there you will find several very interesting things appeared only this year.
Here in Syndicode we do have strong skills in UX design. And we constantly improve them by staying in sync across various disciplines, including research, visual design, development, product management, and more. To share our experience with you, we’d like to tell about the importance of user research. Why user research matters to UX?
The next difficult thing after predicting the cost for products you make is calculating an implementation time for them. When the client asks how long it will take, you probably reply that it will depend on many factors and approximately will take… So, what makes you say “approximately”? We’ll tell you about real software development estimation difficulties.
Dear Friday! Please, let us have a little rest on weekend, bring us calm and knowledge. Make us better developers and don’t ever stop us from improving. But, please, don’t force us to work again until Monday. Amen. Welcome new Friday Syndicode Digest #17 – Wonderland butterfly.
A plethora of resources available on the web for RoR freshmen. However, it’s complicated to find the one proper book or course to start with. We collected the best materials to get you off the ground and get started with Ruby on Rails. Let’s learn Ruby on Rails: books and courses 2017!
If you use redux, you could ask yourself this question many times. Thre are a bunch of approaches in practice with some tradeoffs between access time and ease of iteration. So, how to structure the data in redux store?
Until recently most of the Errors thrown by Node.js only had a message associated with them. Now changes are coming to Errors thrown by the Node.js runtime from Node.js 8 and will continue to flow in during Version 9. Read about changes coming to Node.js Errors.
It might seem easy to do a pair programming with another developer. You do the code while he checks, or conversely. And everything theoretically should be a smooth sailing. But in real life it’s topsy-turvy. Why? You obviously have to read about pair programming risks before you start.
Goodbye, July! And welcome, August (which originally means “to increase”). Now the time to think of what you will do in fall. Unofficial symbol of August is birthstones. Imagine that every of the birthstones is a skill you promised yourself to improve last year. Let’s collect them all and set new goals for you to become skillful and experienced. We have something that will help you in Syndicode Digest #16 – Gathering stones.