Almost every day we are challenged with the question: to cache or not to cache? It looks that such dilemma is hard to resolve without further investigation. There are quite many factors to consider before coming up with the final decision.
This article is an overview of dependency injection (DI) techniques that can be used in Scala Play framework apps: Guice, manual DI, the cake pattern, MacWire, and the reader monad.
In this article, we describe how to manage security access to activities created in workflows in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013. We also show how we use the activitypointer as a universal activity type parameter in workflow custom code activity.
Gradle is a native build system supported by Android Studio. In the previous post I covered some basics and then focused on generating version code and name, which was especially helpful while building apk. Time to move on to the other fancy tricks.
This article discusses different approaches to creating a layered architecture – how to reflect the business context in the code; how to structure it; how to understand the dependency inversion and infrastructure layer; and finally as a possibly isolate modules.
Google released new Percent Support Library which contains two extra container classes: PercentFrameLayout and PercentRelativeLayout. I want to show you how to work with these layouts which are great in handling percentage-based sizing of widgets.
Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) has changed how I think about solving problems in iOS. Here I will show you a complete and simple way to build an incremental search using FRP.
I was invited to Google Test Lab, and I have to say: it’s not much but it’s quite impressive.
Event sourcing is the way of modelling applications that has become very popular last months. But this is not a new model, actually it’s very old. It was used decades ago but then it was superseded by current state concept and CRUD based applications.
This article is written to get the reader familiar with InstaAds project developed by Stavanger Aftenblad team from Schibsted Tech Polska. Don’t know what that is? Time to see the video!