DevSnack #60: When building a new application sometimes developers must consider that it is going to be used by plenty of people, in different situations, some of them with special needs. iOS provides a fantastic opportunity to deliver apps with an excellent user experience for everybody. Let’s see how to use Accessibility in your iOS application!
At Moove-it we have always cared about the community. This time, we wanted to create a space where we could learn and discuss about new technologies, share experiences and have a good time with anyone interested in the subject. With this in mind, it is how we celebrated our first-ever Moove-it Tech Meetup last July … Continued
DevSnack #59: Trello is an excellent card-based project management application, simple and easy to use. I regularly use Trello not only at work but also in my personal projects. In this DevSnack, I’ll show you some interesting extensions to become a Trello master.
DevSnack #58: When selecting a web development framework we look for something that offers high productivity levels, maintainability, and scalability. Phoenix, the main framework of Elixir, aims to be our best friend, offering more than what we’re looking for. This DevSnack explains why it has piqued the interest of several people around the community. Let’s see what makes … Continued
DevSnack #56: Ideally, web applications should be accessible to everyone. That means including people with disabilities. There are four main areas of disabilities to consider when building an application: visual, hearing, mobility and cognition. Front-end development has ways and tools to achieve this. There’s a standard on how to make web apps and content more accessible to … Continued
Last Sunday August 7th, I attended the first South American CSS Conference, which took place in Argentina, at Escuela Superior de Comercio Carlos Pellegrini, Buenos Aires. By the way, I was not alone; three other Moove-it folks were there: @aragno157, @gusability and @Mefistos0. It was a great opportunity to get close to the community and expose ourselves in front … Continued
DevSnack #55: When building systems, we must consider a lot of things with regard to manipulating stored data, so that they perform efficiently. When domain/business data is little there is not much to worry about, however, as it grows, latency becomes a key factor to be cautious about, since it could potentially make our whole … Continued
DevSnack #54: As software developers we are constantly training our brains and learning new things on a daily basis. We face challenges all the time and in order to solve them we use our creativity, our mind. But what happens to our bodies? I personally believe that we should cultivate both mind and body as … Continued
DevSnack #53: Scala, Elm, Elixir, Clojure and the list goes on. The software industry is adopting a lot of functional concepts by creating functional programming languages or adding functional support to existing programming languages. If you are not using a functional programming language per se, it is highly likely that you are using one of those concepts in … Continued