Thematic collections of infographics are always interesting for people. Especially if it is somehow related to their field of activity. Recently, the author prepared another collection, this one devoted to the structure of a web page.
We’ve been dealing with web apps on iOS for a couple of years: These are websites that, after Home Screen installation, become full-featured, full-screen apps from the user’s perspective. Finally, Chrome 31 brings that approach to Android devices.
A recent article from thenextweb.com reported that Google now supports integration of Google Analytics accounts with the Google Play Developer Console. This means that developers have a new resource for monitoring and understanding the way their apps are used.
The assertion following by Conway's law is: if you want cohesive and decoupled systems, put different teams at work on each of them, so that the communication structures of the teams resemble what you want to achieve with projects.
We use the IRC hook to receive notifications to the IRC channel (#joind.in on freenode) when interesting things happen on the GitHub repositories. We noticed recently that we were being notified about more types of things happening on some repositories compared to others, so I decided to investigate.
FluentAssertions is an alternative assertion library for unit tests, to use instead of the methods in Assert class that Microsoft provides. It has much better support for exceptions and some other stuff that improves readability and makes it easier to produce tests.
This week, DZone has released its latest Refcard: CSS3 Basics. For those of you interested in digging deeper into CSS3, we decided to dig into the DZone archives and find some of the most popular posts we've had on the topic over the past two years. Here are 10 extra resources for CSS3 Basics!
If a virtual machine gets compromised and some harmful or malicious (likely both) files get saved on the virtual machine’s hard disk, isn’t that file also a threat to the virtualization host on which it’s running?