It’s been 4 years since I showed up for M50 Enterprise Program (Government program helping start-ups in Ireland) dressed in jeans and t-shirt. I had an idea for on-line project and I wanted to pursue my goal. My belief was that if I write a great software and make it look good, people would certainly start using it. Sometimes it turns out to be like that, but it rather an exception that a rule.
Back then my idea failed, however I have learned two important things about software development:
- Research is very important. Talk with potential clients of what they want before putting your effort into making it.
- Find a shortest path to your goal. Make things work first, then make them work good.
By sticking to those two rules you can avoid spending time on something unnecessary, failing a project or even go bankrupt. Let’s see in more details how to achieve those goals in practice with help of Agile Toolkit.
Today – any desktop software is able to re-draw itself from a callback by operating system. However many Web Frameworks today do not keep track of objects and cannot selectively produce pieces of HTML code.
I believe that ability to have control over objects on HTML pages is very essential to have in the Framework. Here is why:
Groundwork for new demo.atk4.com is complete. Lots of features to come soon such as commenting, suggestions, reviews, search and more.
If your team is developing a web application using Agile Toolkit then you might want to build your own demos / test-cases. Good news is – you can re-use same architecture for your own demonstration site, here is how:
Hi. Few people have had difficulties understanding which approach is better to choose, since so many things can be done in different ways. This post will clarify you regardless where you should put your code.
We have been discussing this internally but I’d like to hear your feedback on this matter.
It is Class to File mapping and use of upper / lower cases.