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Codebases are as diverse, unique and interesting as the people who work on them. But almost all of them have this in common: they grow over time (the codebases, not the people). Teams expand, requirements grow, and time, of course, marches on; and so we end up with more developers writing more code to do … continue reading The post The monorepo approach to code management appeared first on SD Times.
Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
The exponential development and advancement in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) has led to the possibility of automation. They have been rapidly innovating and transforming industries across the world. Artificial intelligence and automation make any machine's work process more comfortable, which would otherwise require superior intelligence by humans. Computers built with the power of artificial intelligence and automation will have the intellectual ability to self-learn and optimize their behavior based on their former experience. A study conducted by a team of enthusiastic Tech Jury in 2020 identified the following: Artificial intelligence and automation can improve the work and … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
New Relic, a cloud-based performance monitoring company, has announced a new two-way integration with Postman that will provide developers with API analytics covering both performance and functionality. This functionality will be available to New Relic customers on a usage-based pricing model.
In today's article, Andrico Karoulla explains how to create a cool draggable effect by listening to the drag events and writing some custom logic inside the handlers.
Frank de Jonge has a new post to his site covering something that always seems to be a difficult topic in development: time. In his post he suggests that date and time handling in your application is a "dependency" that could be difficult test. When developers talk about the infrastructural boundaries or external dependencies they often talk about databases and third-party integration. They're the first thing we'll put behind an interface so we can stub them out during our tests. This gives us some control over them. It's become relatively easy to spot these dependencies because we do it frequently. They're the usual suspects. However, some "dependencies" are much harder to spot. They even live right inside the standard library of PHP and often manage to seep through the cracks. Date/Time handling is such a thing. So what's the problem and how do we fix it? He goes on to talk about date/time handling programming languages in general and how its variance can can cause issues that might be out of our control. He suggests that when time "gets the best of you" you should opt to be more specific in your date/time handling (the cause is usually precision). He then gets into some code examples of how to "control time" by reducing the impact that direct date/time handling could have on your application. He also includes an example of testing this handling and finishes with the idea of "consuming time as a service".
As user experience (UX) designers and researchers, the most common complaint we hear from users is: "Why don't they think about what I need?" In fact, many organizations have teams dedicated to delivering what users and customers need. More and more software developers are eager to work with UX designers in order to code interfaces that customers will use and understand. The problem is that complex software projects can easily become bogged down in competing priorities and confusion about what to do next.
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