Automated testing; unit, functional and visual UI testing.

October 11, 2018 by Chris Carreck

Although automated testing will never fully replace manual testing - the process of having someone who knows and understands the quirks of the software in question and can identify abnormal behaviour and the edge cases they cause - we can certainly do a lot to make their job easier, more streamlined, and allow them to concentrate on the clever stuff while the repeatable tasks can be automated.

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Why we use ReactJS

September 20, 2018 by Chris Carreck

When CLD first started developing apps in early 2010, the landscape for app development was far more restricted. iPhone development used Xcode and objective C before Swift came along. As far as Android studio for Android and Windows applications - let's not go there. 2010 was still reasonably early in the smart phone landscape, however, it has always been our mission to produce rich interfaces for iOS and our other platforms.

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After Brunch

August 21, 2013 by Stephen Hutchings

Not satisfied? Have something after brunch.

For a new project at Creative Licence, we have been using the awesome Brunch. Brunch is an assembler for HTML5 applications, which means that all the work watching, compiling, optimizing and concatenating source files is handled for you. It also has a fantastic plugin ecosystem, so it supports a diverse range of languages and project architectures. We are also trialling the use of a live styleguide for this project, and in order to keep this in sync with the project's development, it's necessary to update the styleguide after every Brunch compile.

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