A talk about delivering fast, resilient, accessible sites. It covers challenges we face in doing that, practices and upcoming standards that we can use to make sites usable on any device as soon as possible.
Learn every tool that's available to use, use them as you need them, enjoy bug bustin' - it's certainly more fun pounding the keyboard and working on a 6 month feature drive.
During this article, we are going to learn what Apache Cordova is and in which way this tool is now integrated into Visual Studio 2015.
Comparisons between tools should always be taken with a grain of salt. General comparisons may not address features that are important for your specific use case, or may overemphasise aspects that you don’t care about. In addition, actively developed tools are moving targets.
Failure is part of engineering any large-scale system. One of Facebook's cultural values is embracing failure.
The default test runner for Angular is Karma, which makes sense as it was written by them. There are several options out there for the framework, and I personally prefer using Mocha as it runs on Node.js.
A couple of megabytes saved might not look much to owners of modern devices, but there is a vast number of older or low-end devices out there in Androidland that don’t have the luxury of free storage space.
99.99% of the Redis use cases are inside a sandboxed environment. Security is complex. Adding security features adds complexity. Complexity for 0.01% of use cases is not great, but it is a matter of design philosophy, so you may disagree of course.