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The blueprint that has been developed leaves me with confidence to expand with new features, that will respect many of the lessons learned during wireframing and prototyping with Ildikó.Tim Koopman
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We are delighted with the result, which has transposed into increased online sales and positive feedback from our customers. We look forward to continuing to work with reInteractive on future developments and enhancements to ensure that we stay ahead of the game.Zlata Relin
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We're sure you've heard of many ways you can cut down the scope of your MVP to a bare minimum, but you probably have a lot of questions around your own business or idea.
If you have a web application of modest complexity, sometimes you will want your app to perform a potentially long running or unreliable task initiated by your users. At the same time, you want your web application to always respond quickly and reliably to requests from your user's web browser. What is the solution?
A good technique to ensure quick and reliable responses from your web application is to identify any potentially long running or unreliable actions and to queue them up for processing by a background worker like SideKiq. This is also known as processing asynchronously.
Here at reinteractive we have a lot of experience building apps from the ground up. We’ve worked with many clients, big and small and have built up a wide range of knowledge over the years. Now, we’re sharing this with you!
In our next webinar, we’ll show you how to:
- Cut down scope to a bare minimum
- Identify your key feature set
- Determine who your users are
- Determine the problems you are trying to solve
Subdomains can be a tricky thing to work with. Here are some tips to develop and test Rails applications using them.
During development there are a few ways you can handle subdomains. If you are using the bundled webrick server, you won't be able to access your subdomain at all.
At reinteractive, part of our development process involves breaking larger features of a piece of software into smaller chunks (stories). We then estimate the effort required to implement those stories in points. This post aims to explain how this works and why we do it.
At the start of a project we will chose a points scale, which gives rough guidelines on how points are related to effort. A points scale might look like:
We’ll be heading over to General Assembly next week and we’d love you to join us! We’ll be hearing from reinteractive's Founder Mikel Lindsaar as he presents a free session on 'Web development, let’s break it down.'
If you find yourself surrounded by developers and tech jargon, or are thinking about learning to code, we'll help you out by defining programming languages, frameworks and tools. We'll also explore the fast growing web development industry and point you in the right direction toward learning to code and starting out in the field.