Invisible reCAPTCHA 101
As most have probably already seen, Google has something called reCAPTCHA that is designed to prevent spambots from submitting tons of garbage to your form postback processor.
WWDC 2018: Create a Machine Learning model to categorize blog articles with CreateML
One of my favorite announcements at WWDC 2018 was the unveiling of CreateML, a new framework that helps developers create machine learning models using Swift and Xcode.
Blog <Design, Software>
Progressive Web Apps
“Progressive Web App” (PWA) is a term coined around 2015 to describe websites that operate like native apps and meets a set of criteria for the functionality that the PWA takes advantage of.
Blog <E-commerce, Software>
The Hana Shirt Co. Release!
This unique vintage Hawaiian shirt website was one of our first custom e-commerce projects allowing them to share their rare collection of vintage Hawaiian shirts with the world, ranking #1 on Google for a variety of Hawaiian shirt related keywords.
1 Year In: Essentials for a New Software Developer
In my last article I talked about 3 key things I have learned as a junior developer: those keys were being open minded, learning every day, and becoming a part of the company. However, I always wondered at an early stage what essentials should I know?
Anil and I are die-hard music fans. Listening to anything ranging from the sweet sounds of an acoustic guitar to the deep depths of a bass. There is no better way to code than when we are coding to the beat of our favorite song. We decided to figure out ways we could relate code to music.
Blog <Management, Software>
How to Set Up Jira Project Management Software for Success
It takes more than an intuitive design and testable features to make a project successful. Keeping a project within budget and on schedule is important to meet client expectations! However, this cannot be fulfilled without a less glamorous component of software development: project management.
Software Demonstration: 6 Best Professional Techniques
You, the business owners have made it through the development of your software project. The product might still be in the alpha phase or perhaps you’re already in the beta phase. The next step is scheduling potential users to attend a soft launch.
3 Things I Learned as a Junior Web Developer
I would like to take you through my experience as a junior web developer. I have now been at Endertech for 11 exciting months. In this process, I have learned more than I have ever learned before. I’ll discuss 3 crucial tips that have helped me stay on top that may be beneficial for you.
Blog <Blog, Software>