This video discusses the Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) process, and how to get it set up to run your SpecFlow tests in many browsers during a TFS Build. SpecFlow is open source and provided under a BSD license.
Le consommateur d’aujourd’hui est de plus en plus digital et de plus en plus connecté. Dans le but de s’adapter à ce nouveau consommateur, la télévision, premier média de consommation, s’est progressivement connectée à Internet. La télévision connectée est une technologie d’avenir, qui permet...
This eMag examines topics ranging from identifying and removing waste in the software process, designing for devops and continuous delivery, the overlap of lean, Kanban and agile, practical implementation of Kanban in software development and how these approaches contribute to innovation.
How many questions can be answered with either "ok" or "cancel"? I suspect you think very few. Yeah, me too. So why is it that so many apps ask questions and only give "ok" and "cancel" as possible answers?
Now that StackMob is shutting down. I urgently need to move to another BaaS. I am evaluating App42 and Parse. Push is a service that I will be using heavily. Parse definitely seems much more expensive to use in this regard.
Gulp.js is a stream building system that makes use of standard libraries for doing things. Gulp makes use of streams and code over configuration which makes it a simple and intuitive stream building system.
Over the last 18 months the use of Node.js has grown at an exponential rate, it has moved from innovators such as Voxer (www.voxer.com) and Yammer (www.yammer.com) to a group of early adopters that are giving Node.js the credibility required to take it into …
Ceci est un retour de session sur la conférence “La validation UX du Store : Tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sans jamais oser le demander“. Cette session a été animée par Michel Rousseau, consultant design et UX...
Bootstrap provides a quick and easy way to create a scaffold for your latest site or app whether you’re a novice or a professional developer. For this reason, more and more developers are including the framework in their personal toolbox.
Developers are at their desk all day; they dislike meetings because it interferes with writing code. Yet, we can demonstrate that only 5% of their time is actually tied up in writing code -- so what are they doing with the rest of their time?