Category/Tag: Web Development

How to Get Your Site WCAG Compliant - Part 4

How to Get Your Site WCAG Compliant - Part 4

  • By Joseph Pitman
  • Software Quality Assurance & Tech Writer

We live in a diverse world full of unique people with unique ways of perceiving the world around them. Some people, however, not only see or interact with the world differently than others, but may also need additional assistance in accessing it on equal footing. WCAG is a set of guidelines and rules that can help make your website more accessible to everyone, and in this article we will be addressing how you can make your site compliant, and why it is not just important to those who need it but also how it can be beneficial to your organization.


How to Get Your Site WCAG Compliant - Part 3

How to Get Your Site WCAG Compliant - Part 3

  • By Joseph Pitman
  • Software Quality Assurance & Tech Writer

We live in a diverse world full of unique people with unique ways of perceiving the world around them. Some people, however, not only see or interact with the world differently than others, but may also need additional assistance in accessing it on equal footing. WCAG is a set of guidelines and rules that can help make your website more accessible to everyone, and in this article we will be addressing how you can make your site compliant, and why it is not just important to those who need it but also how it can be beneficial to your organization.


How to Get Your Site WCAG Compliant - Part 2

How to Get Your Site WCAG Compliant - Part 2

  • By Joseph Pitman
  • Software Quality Assurance & Tech Writer

We live in a diverse world full of unique people with unique ways of perceiving the world around them. Some people, however, not only see or interact with the world differently than others, but may also need additional assistance in accessing it on equal footing. WCAG is a set of guidelines and rules that can help make your website more accessible to everyone, and in this article we will be addressing how you can make your site compliant, and why it is not just important to those who need it but also how it can be beneficial to your organization.


How to Get Your Site WCAG Compliant - Part 1

How to Get Your Site WCAG Compliant - Part 1

  • By Joseph Pitman
  • Software Quality Assurance & Tech Writer

We live in a diverse world full of unique people with unique ways of perceiving the world around them. Some people, however, not only see or interact with the world differently than others, but may also need additional assistance in accessing it on equal footing. WCAG is a set of guidelines and rules that can help make your website more accessible to everyone, and in this article we will be addressing how you can make your site compliant, and why it is not just important to those who need it but also how it can be beneficial to your organization.


Native Isn't Really Better

Native Isn't Really Better

  • By Joseph Pitman
  • Software Quality Assurance & Tech Writer

Native vs Cross-Platform: Which is better for writing your mobile apps? Ten years ago, with buggy and underdeveloped cross-platform frameworks, the answer was obvious. However, in recent years cross-platform framework developers have produced some incredible results with tools such as Xamarin or MAUI, which are proving to be near perfect replacements for writing purely in native code. In this article we discuss how cross-platform frameworks will not only save you time and money, but may even produce a better product than if you had written your app natively.


How to Force Visual Studio 2017 to Use the Latest Node.js

How to Force Visual Studio 2017 to Use the Latest Node.js

  • By Dan Beus
  • Software Engineer

Or any version that you would like to install. On installation, Visual Studio gives developers the choice to install Node.js tools for working with the framework, and for integrating JavaScript build tools with Visual Studio’s own build process.