Most organizations with a web application will inevitably need to make a decision regarding their current front-end framework. I’ve personally been involved with two projects that have come to this crossroads. One of the two applications was written in AngularJS, the other in Backbone.js. In both cases, the organization decided that the best course of […]
At Grio, we love Angular. By my estimation we currently use it for at least half of our front-end web application code. And I in particular have affection for it, so I greeted the recent release of Angular2 with some interest and trepidation. The release was just an event, though. The framework had already been […]
I use Chrome extensions all the time and decided it was time to figure out how to make my own. I found it to be incredibly easy and I’d like to share with you some of the basics, as well as an example of an extension I made. Let’s get started!
Positioning an element on a web page can be tricky. You can specify the position of an element using left, right, top and bottom properties. But these properties will not work if the position value is not properly set. The positioning properties also display differently depending on the positioning value.
As we all know, technology moves at lightning speed, as soon as you think you’re caught up, the next new i-something has launched. Unless you’re constantly keeping yourself privy of the latest and greatest web, mobile and design technologies, hiring a development firm could be a great alternative to help guide you and your project. […]
Recently, I came across a blog from Tanvi, a Mozilla Security Engineer (you can find her on Twitter @TanviHacks) talking about mixed content
Is Software a Science or an Art? Let’s hear your opinion.