Digital transformation became more important than ever in 2020. Here’s the process the Chariot team follows to ensure successful projects.
If you’ve ever done anything in Android that takes more than 16 milliseconds to process then you’ve probably heard of Android services and background processing in general. Why 16 milliseconds? At Android’s refresh rate of 60 frames per second, the main thread can not be delayed by more than 16 milliseconds to avoid frame skipping … Read More
When you’re planning to develop a mobile app the second most important decision you’ll ever make is selecting a technology to use (first being the content of the app) Ideally you’d want a version of your app for both iOS and Android and so there are really only 3 choices you have in 2021: 1. … Read More
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Developer Poll There is a lot of discussion about the value of design for end-users, and lately even about how companies utilize design to tackle challenges and achieve goals. However, there’s less out there about the impact that design can have for the rest of the team producing the product, specifically the engineers who are … Read More
With 2019 officially kicking into gear, we decided to check in with a few members of the Chariot team who’ve revealed some of the technologies they will be looking forward to working with, or paying attention to, in 2019.
Easily publish an Angular Library with the ng-packagr project
I’ve been developing in Java for over 17 years on both client and server side. I don’t get involved with the JVM-based “language wars”, quietly frankly it’s because I’m not overly passionate about programming languages. That’s not to say that I don’t have preferences or enjoy languages it’s just that I choose not to put … Read More
Now that Angular 2 is final, I thought I’d take another look at Ionic 2. With an Ionic 2 Release Candidate also available, hopefully everything will be a bit more stable from here on forward… (Hopefully.) In any case, here are some of the differences I’ve found in Ionic 2 compared to Ionic 1: The … Read More
At Chariot, we've been Tracking the replacement of AngularJs with a from-the-bottom-up rewrite called Angular 2 for over a year and a half now. Let’s look at where the framework stands as it has released RC2 late last week and RC3 today.