Top 5 SaaS Development Challenges You Need To Know
Software as a Service is a delivery model of business solutions where the application is hosted on the provider’s server and available for the client as a subscription service.
The last few days we have spent in the wonderful Amsterdam city, which was picked for this year’s EmberFest conference. We decided to go there by van and our road trip took almost 13 hours, which was really surprising for everyone who flew there or traveled by train.
Many business leaders forget that outsourcing is actually a complex business strategy. They do not think much about its influence on the relations with their in-house employees and clients, or how to assess vendor capabilities.
A few techniques which can help you handle errors in production if your client is non-technical. You should always apply best practices in your projects to avoid bad situations. But if some errors slip through your test suite, code reviews, QA and testing on staging, be sure that you handle it in a proper way.
When embarking on a new backend project, our first move as developers is often to use some well-established relational database like PostgreSQL or MySQL. However, for some time there have been different database types available on the market. One of them is MongoDB.
What can be changed in Ember to make its users even more content when working with it? In this short publication, I will try to present a few ideas, which in 2018 could help the development (and further growth) of this tool.
Agile methodologies require time-and-materials pricing model. The client’s ability to be involved in the development process, prioritize backlog and adjust to the end-users’ needs with evolving requirements are, in most cases, the key to the market success of a service or a product.
well-described task is at least half of the story behind its successful implementation. Some other success factors are hidden in what happens to the task further down the road and especially in how the necessary feedback is provided and processed in the task implementation.
With Ruby on Rails as our primary backend technology, we have developed a set of practices for testing our applications. Our goal was to maximize the efficiency of writing tests that cover the most critical parts of the software built.
The most popular approach to testing React components is to use either Mocha+Chai+Enzyme or Jest+Enzyme. In this article, we will describe our React components testing practices with Jest+Enzyme which are also applicable to Mocha+Chai.