Posts we tagged 'development'

You wanted to customise your workflow?

You’re now able to add, edit, reorder and delete columns on your Project board(s). This is by far the most requested improvement, so we’re very happy to be able to deliver this to all who have waited so patiently. Find out more...

The Five Types of Web Testing

Testing can be fundamental to providing a reliable experience to your users. Everyone can take part in the web testing process. It doesn't have to take deep technical knowledge to provide feedback on something that's not behaving correctly or as expected. Unit testing, for example, requires technical knowledge of the codebase, compared to accessibility testing which doesn't. Both of these and more, are described in this blog by our Lead Developer James Coleman...

✨ Happy Holidays ✨

Thanks for being part of a super successful 2019 and we hope you have a wonderful festive season, wherever and however you celebrate. See you in 2020! 💙

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)...

Tools that make BugHerd better

There are some products, that are exceptional at helping us build our software and do our jobs more effectively. These are some of the products we absolutely love, recommend and want to encourage others to try. Our visual feedback tool wouldn’t be what it is today without them....

Why you should run a Bug Bash program

It may seem that bug testing is the sole responsibility of developers. But more and more, teams are finding that additional value can be extracted by involving the entire company. If the first real user of your product is a paying customer, you may have missed an opportunity to uncover issues in your software before it gets in their hands. That's where a company-wide Bug Bash can help.

How to submit the perfect bug report

“Our website is broken! Please fix it right away, we’re losing business!” Every Dev or Designer has had a client ask them to set everything aside to urgently fix their ‘broken website’. “It’s just a small change” they cry as...

How to market to Developers

I consider myself a pretty lucky Marketer. I get to work with the people who also just happen to be my direct target audience, developers and designers. This comes with both pros and cons. On the upside I get to...

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...