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What Is a Living Style Guide?
A living style guide is a reference for a team of designers and developers to understand how an application will look and feel. It is used to convey design language, define design rationale, and explain how to use markup. A living style guide creates shared understanding among all team members...
Tech Cafeteria: Inside Lumenocity With Dan Reynolds of Brave Berlin
Missed this month’s Tech Cafeteria? No sweat, we captured it all on video. Dan Reynolds, co-founder of Brave Berlin, gave us an inside look at how Lumenocity comes together. Watch to find out how this amazing music, art and light show is born. He told us about reviewing music with...
Learn Some Angular 2 at the Playground
Angular 2 is getting closer. I’ve been super excited to see things taking shape over the last few months, but it’s not always easy to dig in and try stuff out. As expected with a rapidly evolving project that isn’t beta yet, let alone 1.0, documentation is often either lacking...
Interoperability in Elixir: Dealing with the world outside the Beam
Ports, Nifs, and Interfaces, Oh my! Elixir is an incredibly powerful language that sits on top of the battle tested and reliable Erlang ecosystem. This power is a big reason I am excited about building applications in Elixir. It enables us to write more of our application’s stack in Elixir...
4 Reasons We're Having Fun Programming Elixir
Ruby on Rails has been our go to server side technology for quite a few years now, but we’re always evaluating other things coming down the pike. On the client side, there’s been a number of hugely productive newcomers, but on the server side nothing has created the same level...
How One Developer Learned to Appreciate Upfront Design
I used to be a web designer. I made and maintained some public-facing corporate websites. So when I began developing, my only concept of design was the graphic kind. Design for selling; not design for using. When I started freelancing as a developer, I could make functional software with no...