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Using CSS flexible boxes

The CSS3 Flexible Box, or flexbox, is a layout mode providing for the arrangement of elements on a page such that the elements behave predictably when the page layout must accommodate different screen sizes and different display devices. For many applications, the flexible box model

Automating Style Guide-Driven Development

Style guides — especially living ones — are useful in many aspects of development and maintenance, so it’s little wonder that developing them has become a highly recommended and a popular practice. But even with the clear benefits, taking the necessary steps to create and

How to Test Responsive Designs

This short tutorial shows you how to perform responsive design testing with Google Chrome’s device mode feature. The post How to Test Responsive Designs appeared first on Six Revisions.

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Browser Input Events: Can We Do Better Than The Click?

Responding to user input is arguably the core of what we do as interface developers. In order to build responsive web products, understanding how touch, mouse, pointer and keyboard actions and the browser work together is key. You have likely experienced the 300-millisecond delay in

Systems Modeling Language – Wikipedia

The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is a general-purpose modeling language for systems engineering applications. It supports the specification, analysis, design, verification and validation of a broad range of systems and systems-of-systems. SysML was originally developed by an open source specification project, and includes an open

TDD Terminology Simplified

The core idea of Test-Driven Development (TDD) is writing tests before writing any functional code, and then writing only the least possible amount of code required to make the tests pass. It may sound strange to develop in this fashion, but it’s actually quite useful,

From Procedural to Object Oriented PHP – Tuts+ Code Tutorial

This tutorial was inspired by a speech given by Robert C. Martin that I watched a year or so ago. The main subject of his talk is about the possibility of picking “”> The Last Programming Language. He addresses topics such as why should such

Mobile Project Planning

Mobile Project Planning

Found on Mobile Testing Blog… (original link here) Mobile project should be well planned in advanced with SMART milestones, efficient choices of devices (lead/gold devices), right tools and Agile ALM (Application life-cycle management). In this short post i will advise the most important project milestones and

The Holy Grail: How to develop seamlessly in the cloud

This article is written by Jay Simons, president of enterprise software company Atlassian. What I found interesting was the evolution of not only cloud based tracking systems and code repositories, but cloud based code editors, testing platforms, application platforms and deployment tools. Excerpted below…  (full