Syndicode Digest #35 - Show zeppelin. Syndicode

Syndicode Digest #35 – Show zeppelin

Today is a special occasion! We all are preparing for the winter holidays and there’s no time to work. Gifts, tasks to finish in this year, preparations or even vacations. Holiday mood on! But let us show you some wonderful news before Christmas come for you could use what you’ve learned in the new 2018 year. Meet next year smarter and wiser. Read our special Syndicode Digest #35 – Show zeppelin! 

Introduction to Integration testing. Syndicode

Introduction to Integration testing

Despite there are a lot of types of software testing the Integration testing is especially relevant to client/server and distributed systems. That is why we prepared for you an interesting material about this type of testing with its main approaches, structure, and nuances you have to know. This is an introduction to Integration testing we prepared for you. 

What are the functions of your application landing page? Syndicode

What are the functions of your application landing page?

Remember our guide on web app development? Well, a great work is done with this material. But we did not cover one interesting topic that matters both for web and mobile app development. Today we are going to provide you with detailed information about landing pages for your applications. Their role is underestimated but they play a significant role in the future success of your application. Do you know what are the functions of your application landing page? 

Syndicode Digest #33 – Barking Monitor. Syndicode

Syndicode Digest #33 – Barking Monitor

What a great feature could be if your computer could scream at you every time it finds a bug in your code! From one point of view, it is an example of an educational process that taught you to be more attentive. But from the other side, it somehow demotivates you. Only a few people like when somebody screams at them. Anyway, an experiment with your computer to tell you when you are wrong should be funny. Read our Syndicode Digest #33 – Barking Monitor!