December 2014 - Custom Web Development Blog

Archive - December 2014

Happy Holiday season!

Happy Holiday season to everyone!

Will you celebrate this New Year as this true programmer? :)

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Aggregation and awareness

We told you about a special way to destroy objects in jWidget framework earlier in a section Problem #1 of the article about Front end optimization. Apparently, the framework introduces an unusual approach for object destruction and memory cleaning which we don’t see in any other frameworks. We call it object aggregation.Read More

Multithreaded Data Management System Development

Big Data Demands Effective DBMSs

The demand for database management systems that store, allow access and transfer large amounts of data in an efficient manner continues to rise. Large corporations and even small businesses are rethinking how their data management systems are structured; all the way from the basics like choosing the right client-server to more advanced concepts like considering multithreaded data management system development.Read More

Professional Social Network Website Development

If you have even the slightest amount of entrepreneurial spirit, then you have obviously noticed the rapid pace at which social media has taken over the entire globe. The future of professional social network website development seems to be in a constant state of change, with more social networks popping up out of nowhere almost daily and social platforms increasing functionality at an incredible pace.Read More

A way to speed up your Selenium tests

Selenium is an awesome and one of the most popular tools for automation of
Web Front End testing. The idea is that you write an application which opens your browser and simulates user actions.
After each action you check if application reacts as you expect it to. Selenium provides all the neccessary API to
make the process easier for you. Read More

Front end optimization experience. Part 2

You can find the first part of the article here.

Let’s continue our performance issues investigation. Read More

Front end optimization experience

Nearly a month ago we ran into quite a challenging problem with the application that we had been developing for 2 years.

Overview

In a first place, this was just a purely Front End application developed in JavaSscript , quite simple. The performance wasn’t crucial before, and we were focusing mainly on the application appearance and reliability. To make the application friendlier to the end user, our code handles any user action instantly, without a single second of delay. Read More