Agile may be simple, but it still takes work. Often, organizations fail to adopt agile methods for similar reasons, and many of these reasons are cultural. From checkbook commitment and lack of executive support to ineffective retrospectives and bad product ownership, this e-book describes the
Shadow DOM v1: Self-Contained Web Components TL;DR Shadow DOM removes the brittleness of building web apps. The brittleness comes from the global nature of HTML, CSS, and JS. Over the years we’ve invented an exorbitant number of tools to circumvent the issues. For example, when
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Creating a responsive website is not a simple project—and it’s a never-ending project to boot. A popular site requires constant maintenance and updates. For a high-performing site, it’s critical to create the design around the content, which is, of course, the most important element of
The Rundown: Consumers increasingly rely on the mobile web to research and make purchases, which makes it more important than ever for companies to have an effective mobile presence. But what makes a good mobile site? To answer this question, Google partnered with AnswerLab to
Retrospectives, and why you need them A couple of months ago we looked at how to conduct a Sprint Review. We saw that a Review considers what work was done, and distinguished it from a Sprint Retrospective which reflects upon how work is being done. The
1. Content Prioritization 2. Vertical Instead of Horizontal Navigation 3. Bars, Tabs, and Hypertext 4. Text and Graphics 5. Contextual and Global Navigation 6. Footers 7. Breadcrumbs 8. Progress Indicator 9. Integration with Phone Functions 10. Localized and Personalized Search Read the full text here