When encrypted data overflow the allocated field size, fun stuff start happening. Here is how we learned that silent data truncation + data encryption = bad.
I care about a lot of stuff. Scotch being one of them. Coding, work processes, emerging technologies and everything gadgets being another. I’ll try and keep an even distribution.
With complex web applications come a long list of icons, symbols and graphics to be loaded into your UI. Each represents a server request. Now that we’re using Grunt for build automation, it’s time to revisit data uri embedding.
In my daily work, I’m always trying out new tools and apps. There are some who tend to stick more than others though. Heres a list of my 10 at the moment.
Websites and applications are becoming increasingly complicated, posing some best practice challanges in terms of collaborative coding. Through the times, the dev team has added several workflows to ease dev collaboration for web projects. Here are some lessons learned.
We’ve all been there. You have your local development environment perfectly set up, the site was launched a couple of weeks ago, and now the client has requested just the tiniest change in some minor funcitonality. You refactor, test locally, deploy to production and *bam!* something breaks.
What to do when everything seems to work just fine your test, but the client still reports your website to contain bugs? This is the story about how we learned not to test using IE 11 in document mode.