Every time we start a fresh mobile project, we are compelled to choose from many patterns, for us to be able to ultimately architect our solution in a way that it primarily stays maintainable and scalable. However, we may feel stunned because of the number of options and variations. By the time are done with this post, you will hopefully have gained the necessary knowledge for you to … Continued
Once more, Moove-it proudly sponsors two of the most relevant events of the Ruby community: KeepRubyWeird 2016 in Austin, Texas, and RubyConf 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
DevSnack #61: When building a new application, developers must consider which architecture to use. This decision will affect tests capabilities, modularity, extensibility and a bunch of other characteristics. In the past, there were not that many options for developers to choose from. There was a time that the only options were MVC or MVP. But now, with the … Continued
Last week I had the honor of giving a talk at RubyConf BR in São Paulo, Brazil. Here are my notes on the talks I enjoyed the most.
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