Configuring Webpack Middleware

Configuring Webpack Middleware

Mar 13 2017

Webpack Configuration Webpack is an amazing tool you should probably learn to use if you haven’t already started. In theory, webpack sounds great, bundling all your code and assets, and…

Server-Side Rendering with Universal JavaScript for Relay Applications

Server-Side Rendering with Universal JavaScript for Relay Applications

Feb 27 2017

Server-side rendering with JavaScript has been getting a lot of hype recently. Here’s how you can use Relay universally with isomorphic-relay-router.

Relay Web App Starter Kit Released

Relay Web App Starter Kit Released

Feb 23 2017

The Codazen team works on lots of web applications for clients as well as internal projects used for training. Since we’re always kicking off new projects, we decided to put together a web…

Strategies for Creating a Web Application Starter Kit

Strategies for Creating a Web Application Starter Kit

Feb 22 2017

A starter kit provides users a base of technologies and tools that they can expand to fit the needs of the project. It allows for projects to be created consistently and efficiently since they already have the technologies that will most likely be integrated and an example of how to use them. It is quick to setup and allows for developers to hit the ground running.

Beyond the Buzzword: Heuristics and Usability

Beyond the Buzzword: Heuristics and Usability

Oct 05 2016
Heuristics are a set of guidelines we follow while designing user interfaces. Following these usability guides will provide your users with a better experience. -- Posted by Katie Sexton, Creative…
Beyond the Buzzword: Waterfall vs. Agile

Beyond the Buzzword: Waterfall vs. Agile

Oct 05 2016

Learn more about the main differences between our industry’s top two software development lifecycles in the first episode of Beyond the Buzzword: Waterfall vs. Agile.

Choosing a GraphQL Client: Apollo vs. Relay

Choosing a GraphQL Client: Apollo vs. Relay

Sep 08 2016

You’re likely here because you’ve heard about GraphQL, the groundbreaking new way to fetch data for your applications. Maybe you’ve figured out how to set up a basic GraphQL server. (If not, check out these great articles.) Now, you’ve got to pick a client that takes advantage of your shiny new GraphQL server.

Web Components Will Be the Future of Web Development

Web Components Will Be the Future of Web Development

Jul 02 2015

If you’ve ever created a cool feature for your interface and then had to copy-paste the markup into a dozen files, you’ve run into one of the basic limitations of…

You Kan Do It With Kanban!

You Kan Do It With Kanban!

Apr 06 2015
Why I Use Agile In My Hiring Process, and You Should Too What is This Alien Term? Kanban [kahn-bahn] is likely a word you haven’t used unless you’re familiar with…
Measure Twice, Cut Once

Measure Twice, Cut Once

Mar 31 2015
Why Product Analysts are the Missing Piece in Successful Agile Software Development As companies have come to adopt agile as the preferred software development methodology, many of the more traditional…
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