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Jul 09 2019

Practices and Tools that Make for a Good Project

What makes for a good software project, from an engineering standpoint? There are projects that are a joy to work on, and others that are a drag. The industry has accumulated enough wisdom to be able to name a few practices that can help us keep our

Jeff Cole

AgileCode QualityTestingWeb ApplicationsCloud Solutions

Jul 08 2014

Selecting Google Maps V3 Markers with Selenium or jQuery

Aaron Snyder recently figured out a way to do some integration testing with Google Maps Markers. He shares it here. Thanks Aaron! So you've got your badass custom Google Maps V3 markers rendered, and now you're trying to be a good dev and write up

MojoTech

JavaScriptEngineeringWeb Applications

Jun 16 2014

Kicking off a Marionette.js application

Sam Saccone (@samccone) is back with some more Marionette.js goodness. Starting up a Marionette.js App with routing can be tricky and full of gotchas. Here is a jump start guide to get you going. A typical single page app requires a few pieces: A

MojoTech

JavaScriptMarionetteWeb ApplicationsEngineering

Jun 09 2014

Nested Views in Backbone.Marionette

A couple of weeks ago we published an article about Functional Programming that used a bagel as an example. It was very well-received, so why not try again? This week @samccone is back with the delicious carbohydrate to talk about Nesting Views in

MojoTech

MarionetteEngineeringWeb Applications

Apr 11 2014

Jeet | A grid system for humans

UPDATE: Jeet has been nominated as a prestigious Awwward candidate. If you like the site, and you support the cause, we’d appreciate your vote. All grids aren't made the same. There are all kinds of different grids out there but they usually fall

MojoTech

Open SourceEngineeringWeb Applications