Documentation (especially good documentation) for an application can make a good application and experience for a client, a great application. Once we as developers complete an application that we have worked and potentially even lost sleep over, will live on well after we stop working on it.
Now several years into my professional web development career, I can say that while the quality of your written code will define who you are as a professional among your peers, the "
As Angular developers, using HTTP POST/GET requests are part of a utilitarian toolset that we use almost on a daily basis. This is one of the things that makes Angular so great
When we as developers are scaffolding a website that utilizes a content management system, one of the largest and most complex UX issues that we encounter is the requirement of field inputs. Essentially,
Over the last 6+ months at my new place of employment, I have had the pleasure of being introduced to the Adobe Experience Manager (or AEM) platform. In case you are not familiar
Disclaimer: This assumes that you have a general knowledge of Angular and how to set up a project. One of the most common requests that I get from creatives when we start reviewing
Over the last few months have been working with the NodeJS framework SailsJS. Let me be the first to say that it is extremely light-weight but can be easily scaled very quickly to
When a requested update or bugfix comes across my desk, there is nothing more daunting when a fresh clone/fork of repository completes and then the installation process ensues. If you are like
Developing enterprise software and websites within a local environment can be somewhat cumbersome at times; especially to test features and style changes within a mobile environment. Just when we think that we have