If you missed it, the new iPhone X was revealed recently and it's causing quite a stir. This week we talk about the future of mobile design, as well as creating the perfect 404 page and the quest for Tetris processor.
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.
If you've wanted to improve the voice search on your mobile device, Stephen breaks it down for you this week. In addition, we are talking about updating your website SSL/TLS certificate and 10 non-commandments for project managers.
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.
We hope you had a fun and safe Labor Day, and enjoyed the long weekend! This week we are addressing stars losing their voice, maintaining a project portfolio, and software development 450 words per minutes.
Jay sets the stage for a deep dive into building components with Vue.js in Part 1 of a new series.
We have hopefully had our last day of 90 degree weather for the year, and are looking forward to Fall. We have a few topics to share with you this week: the importance and history of punctuation, the 5 types of animation, and branch prediction in CPU's in the 90s.
Welcome to vacation season in North Carolina! We're taking turns getting out of the office and enjoying scenic North Carolina, or leaving the state (or even the country!) to beat the heat. While some of us wander the globe, the rest of us are still working hard. Whether sharpening our skills, getting the word out at a conference, or enjoying a cooling treat at Goodberry's, we're keeping summer fresh.
Though probably not as exciting as the eclipse, we have some articles to share with you this week! We are covering communication breakdowns, The Manifest podcast all about package managers, and color accessibility workflows.
Summer’s here, and so is the humidity! Actually, it hasn’t been that bad so far, especially in the air-conditioned offices where we’ve been adding some certifications, continuing on with conference season, building new tools, and working with clients. Jay even took the time between the other work to submit a patch for Drupal!