Capybara is nothing entirely new and acceptance testing certainly isn’t, but there are still a lot of web developers out there that haven’t given it a go yet and they really are missing a trick. I just want to run through the main advantages with some pointers where to get started.
If you take on Kyan as a client you’ll soon be aware that we love our music in the office.
We used to use a 3rd party music player, but decided a few years ago to build our own; this gives you a lot more flexibility in exactly how it works.
It’s now been a week or so since we put the new Kyan.com live and we’ve been getting nothing but rave reviews from everyone who has seen the site. Whilst this is an amazing thing for us to get, it does come with some added side affects, namely the thirty thousand visitors we’ve had from around the globe coming in to see the new site for themselves.
Recently we launched a new website for the Association of Council Secretaries and Solicitors (ACSeS). ACSeS plays a leading role in developing governance arrangements in local government and works closely with other associations, Government Departments and agencies.
We’ve been using Ruby on Rails to build websites and web applications for a few years now. We might even consider ourselves one of the leading UK Ruby on Rails specialists.
We thought it was about time we wrote about reasons we use it and why it’s great for our clients.
We are proud to announce the launch of boxwish.com — ‘The world’s first movie inspiration site’.
Tim and the rest of Team Boxwish have been working really hard to find all of the cool things you saw at the movies, but the real driver behind Boxwish is the user generated content, it’s a community site after all.
So get involved — sign up, and get Spotting!