Posts filed under 'Web Development'

How do you migrate from Backbone/ERB to React?

BugHerd has survived for nine years as a successful SaaS product built using Backbone, jQuery and Rails. Over that time, it's been relatively easy to ignore new technology in favour of stability (and there was a period of inactive development)...

Designing for people

Designing for people, not computers Interacting with clients in any field of work is often viewed as a negative experience. People care very much about the way their coffee tastes, people care that their children are getting the education they...

The Top 5 Web Dev Trends Of 2015

Responsive Design (again) This may seem a bit “last year”, but the challenges we face with responsive design have not gotten any easier. Not only do we have to deal with desktops, laptops and tablets and screen readers, but the...

CSS: Change is good, even if the outcome isn’t

I spoke at SYDCSS in October on why Change is Good, Even if the Outcome Isn’t, where I had a blast. With the talk seeming to resonate with a larger-than-expected percentage of the audience, I’d like to go into more...

CSS: Why we need localized constants

There’s become a growing concern that, in general, CSS is broken. While it hasn’t been something that’s prohibited me from work, it’s becoming more apparent the more complex our application gets. Scoped CSS is something quite a few projects are...

Use BugHerd to get visual feedback on wireframes

One of the most requested BugHerd features we get is the ability to receive customer feedback on wireframes, not just web feedback. Wireframes are really the first point in the design process where you have something tangible to show a...

Why BugHerd is a must-have for client development

Someone you respect recommended BugHerd to you on Twitter, and now here you are trying to sell the idea to your team and, more importantly, your clients. We know BugHerd is not an easy thing to explain to someone who...