Compressing your assets before serving is one of the places where you can save the most from bytes for your clients if you're smart about it
Find out how Elixir deployment tooling is evolving, with a peek at what is coming in the near future
Disassembling your code can confirm your pattern matches are efficient by looking for `select_val`
Find out what the Phoenix team has been up to with a sneak peak of unreleased new features
At DockYard, we give back to the open source community for a number of reasons, not just because it’s a good thing to do. We do it because we enjoy the challenge and the human desire to be able to master a talent. And, apparently, sometimes we even enjoy making those personal contributions when we’re on vacation.
PostCSS allows you to manipulate and modify CSS. Here’s how to write your first PostCSS plugin.
In the new testing API, we won't continue to use the new globally registered acceptance test helpers. Let's see how to refactor them and at the same time make them work in integration tests!
A lot of work happened in Ember testing you've probably not heard of and it will improve the testing experience a lot. Let's see how
Browser-ready code that's both powerful and easy to use!
Progressive Web Apps really are that easy to save on your device.
Ember comes with a terrific baked-in mechanism for dealing with these errors. All we as developers have to do is make a few decisions about how best to handle them.
How to use `use` to refactor code into behaviours that can be customized and debugged easily
In this post I'll share with you a typical pattern for adding simple recurring jobs to your Elixir applications.
This post explores how you can leverage the enhanced SQL sandbox functionality of `phoenix_ecto` to unlock concurrent, transactional end-to-end tests for your Ember and Phoenix stack.
Here's what I learned in a year of full-remote.
One of the primary underlying technologies necessary to support Service Workers just landed in WebKit Technology Preview 43
This means we’re that much closer to Safari supporting Progressive Web Applications.
Companies that have legacy desktop apps should consider writing the next version of that app as a PWA.