Tag Archives: HTML
There you go, deploying version 1.2 of your application. Tests ran smoothly, build succeeded. All is well. That is, until you get the first customer calls that the application “is broken badly” and “looks like shit”. Sigh, not again. “Just ctrl-refresh your browser, sir” or worse, “Just empty your cache, ma’am”. Stop blaming the users, you dork! There is an easy way out and here’s how.
In one of the topics we talked about during our HTML and CSS workshops are CSS3 selectors and how powerful those can be. In this post I will demonstrate what you can do with an ordinary table to make it look amazing, just by adding some CSS and one very small image.
Last Wednesday, June 22th, 42 had its quarterly KTM (acronym for Knowledge Transfer Meeting), a day packed with technology, business updates and food with drinks (or maybe the other way around).
When it comes to writing Java applications, 42 maintains a high standard of quality. Strict coding standards, (aiming for) 99% test coverage and constant code reviews has brought our Java development to a completely new level. Having reached our goals for the Java side of things, it was time for us to focus on the front-end aspect of software development.
Standaard heeft Eclipse geen ingebouwde ondersteuning voor het Wicket framework. Gelukkig is er nu de Qwickie plugin die het leven vereenvoudigd. Voor veel van de projecten die we binnen 42 doen gebruiken we het Wicket framework voor de web gebruikersinterface omdat je daarmee makkelijk componenten kunt hergebruiken.