> Q: I know you're doing agile but are you doing Scrum or Kanban? > A: Oh we do Scrum, I think, or maybe Kanban actually I'm not sure. We definitely have a board and cards so that's Kanban isn't it but we have stand-ups so it must be Scrum ... hmmm ...
At LivingLens our frontend team have been using Ember.js exclusively to build the client side of our application for almost three years now so I thought I'd share a little about our experience. So to get started here's a list of my favourite Ember resources that I recommend to new team members to help bring them up to speed as quickly as possible. Hopefully they can help you fast
WebDriverIO is an amazing tool for driving Selenium tests from Node.js that we’ve been using at LivingLens to replace our tedious manual testing plans with automated happiness. When the project started we were using Babel to give us access to ES2015 features but the extra intellisense and optional static typing features of TypeScript proved too tempting to resist so I set out to investigate how easy it is
As you may already know the latest version of the Google maps API no longer requires an API key so I thought I’d see how easy it is to add quick map to a website. The answer turns out to be, very very easy. Add a reference to the API So the first thing we need to do is reference the API. This is as easy as adding one