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Why are we still implementing web analytics from the source code level instead of e.g. using Google Tag Manager?
The main purpose of this article is to present the advantages of using a tag manager as opposed to manual implementation and to convert stakeholders who are still using the traditional approach.
Starting your design career, whether it is UX, UI or product design, no one will avoid the need to present the effects of their work to their client.
Almost everyone who buys a phone focuses on the amount of RAM, the number of built-in memory, the processor, camera and... screen resolution. Usually, when we want to gain some information about that final parameter, we come across the abbreviation PPI. But what does it mean and what is its use?
A Content Repository API for Java (JCR) is a specification form Java application programming interface (API) to access content repositories. Data in JCR is kept in a tree of nodes with a hierarchical structure.
Web components are a set of browser features promised to be a modern solution for encapsulating HTML fragments into custom HTML elements.
Every now and then an article appears on the Internet describing the situation in the IT industry. Reading such articles, I wonder if the author has any kind of contact with this industry? Reading further only suggests a negative answer.
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Selenium, if you don’t already know, is a system “for automating web applications for testing purposes but is certainly not limited to just that”. It lets you control the browser programmatically and supports Chrome / Chromium, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera and Safari.
From updating articles on the pages of a national daily, to changing the content of advertising totems, and modifying validation messages in banking transaction systems – CMS platforms ensure convenience and effective performance while cutting content management costs. The newest versions allow content administration at multiple endpoints at once.
Clutch, a B2B research and reviews platform, has recently included Artegence in its ongoing coverage of leading web development companies in Poland. The mission at Clutch is to aid buyers […]
More and more applications are deployed in the microservice architecture, in which each service has single responsibility in the system. In addition, the system is characterized by a heterogeneous environment: it may be composed of back-end applications, file servers, static data servers, databases, NoSQL bases, messaging systems, or queue brokers.
The idea of immutability is widely spread. However, I think it is quite rarely used in real programming among Java developers. In this article, I’m going to explain the benefits of immutable objects.
A survey conducted by CrowdFlower showed that data preparation accounts for about 80% of the work of data scientists. I would say that figure should be even higher.
Meetings have a bad reputation. In fact, in some organizations, it’s synonymous to wasting your time. But things can get even worse if you’re the one responsible for preparing contact report afterward.
Some people say that PHP is not a good programming language. They also say that being a PHP developer is a source of shame. I can’t agree with that. Why?
At Artegence and Efigence, we believe that even the highest quality of expertise in UX Design cannot replace research. Combined forces of UX Designers, UI Designers and UX Research experts give our clients - and us - opportunities to grow great products that REALLY suit user needs.
Design systems, and tools to create and develop them like InVision Design System Manager have a moment now. We all talk about consistency and flexibility. But is the design system revolution at the same time a threat to creativity? Is there any space for uniqueness, free expression and emotions in the product design world?
Almost eight years ago we moved to the district in Warsaw colloquially known today as Mordor. When we made this decision this name did not exist, at least it was […]