The decision to rewrite our PhantomJS content testing pipeline yielded a dramatic 90% reduction in our content testing duration–slashing our lengthy 11+ hour testing time down to just 30 minutes! This latest pipeline development has now left us with a total build process time of just 2 hours.
In the last part of our series on building reusable components in Vue.js, Jay shows how to apply the same approach to building a complex date range picker.
Jay builds on the lessons learned previous post to show how to build an autocomplete dropdown using Vue.js in Part 3 of our series on building reusable components.
Jay demonstrates how to implement basic dropdown behavior in Vue.js and then encapsulates it at as a component in Part 2 of out series on building reusable components in Vue.js.
Jay sets the stage for a deep dive into building components with Vue.js in Part 1 of a new series.
See how I converted our Build Flow-based Jenkins jobs to Groovy scripts.
In this post, I'll look at how DesignHammer improved our Jenkins build process by adding a testing workflow and setting up a parallel Build Flow job.
Today we are open-sourcing a component that makes it easy to build responsive sidebar views for iOS apps. We recently released a new iOS app for organizing workout timers called Extimer. The app design called for a menu that the user could access by sliding the main view away or tapping a button. This type of navigation is becoming increasingly common because it allows an app to present a set of menu options in a place that is quick to get to when you need it but stays out of the way the rest of the time.