The world of language is big, and only getting bigger. Content Marketer at Ephox Kristel Gelera sheds light on three powerful reasons to invest a pro spell checker, and what the business benefits are of taking advantage of the premium plugin’s most popular feature, Custom Dictionaries.
Use Node.js and MongoDB together in your application? Guest author Mikhail Angelov shares another way to write integration and end-to-end tests with Node.js and MongoDB that runs on real instances of the database, without needing to set up an elaborate test environment. Read on to learn more.
When it comes to building apps for today’s multi-screen user, you don’t have to think twice about taking a mobile-first approach. Guest author Daniel Schawrz goes over tools and best practices for prototyping a responsive web design optimized for a mobile experience.
Building out your application’s information architecture is a fundamental part of the UX design process. This is a light, but useful, post for exploring the methods and tools for mapping a solid IA blueprint.
Get to know Angular 5 by building a simple notes application in this tutorial. Guest author Sergey Moiseev walks through the basics of using the Angular CLI, working with forms, and more.
If you want to give users the ability to annotate content on your site, this is the perfect tutorial for you. Guest author Anton Shkuratov explains how to configure a simple JS tool that lets you add text highlight, underline, and strike-through functionality within the browser.
From the requirements gathering to managing your key stakeholder relationships – there are a lot of moving parts toward a successful product launch. Most developers and designers use the agile and Lean UX methodologies toward enterprise product development, but Guest author Andi Omtvedt discusses a more participatory and cross-functional approach to get everyone involved from day one, with Collaborative Design.
A nice little introduction to speeding up the app development process with the open-source front-end framework, Bootstrap.
Keeping track of document updates, file versions, plus discussions and decision points made while writing can get pretty messy. Especially with multiple authors involved in the process. Here’s how we see the future of collaboration for your applications.
We are pleased to announce the first preview release of our collaboration solution for TinyMCE. In this post, I’ll explain how we are approaching collaboration, what we think is solved, and the opportunities ahead in 2018.