Je profite de ce 14 juillet pour lire un peu sur les conventions css des différents sites web. Pour les anglophones, je vous conseille de lire comment font les différents sites tels que Trello, Medium ou bien encore Github. Ces sites ont suivi leur propre chemin en mixant à leur sauce des méthodes tels que BEM (Blocks – Elements – Modifiers) ou bien le OOCSS. Si vous ne connaissiez pas ces techniques, commencez par ça, ca ne peut que vous faire du bien!
I realised I didn’t have any project I could show when people where asking if I knew how to use elastic search. I have just done a really small application to show what this tool has to offer.
There are different protocols and frameworks for authorizing a third party application to access restricted content but the most recent and the one that most social websites use is the Oauth2.0 protocol.
I will just keep here a list of gems I like to use in my Ruby on Rails projects.
How did I miss this for so long? I finally found the easiest and free way to sign pdf contract on mac with Preview. It will only require a webcam.
A quick note to say that I joined a network of french freelancers called greaaat, and you know what? It looks…. promising!
Even if I use git everyday, I don’t always remember the exact commands to do some git actions. This is few notes I like to have close when I need them.
In a recent project, I had to make the app faster. I could work on both the front end and the back-end. The is an unordered list but you should first know where is your bottleneck in your app with the help of tools like the webkit debug tool, pageSpeed or an app like New Relic. Learning how to find the bottleneck on an app is not the matter of this post. I just list here few things not to forget if you want your app to be a bit optimized. Let’s see that.
I won’t tell you again that testing your app is important, you know that, right? I was asked this question recently and I think it’s worth sharing it here.