Posts Tagged ‘development environment’

A Process Integration Timeline of Accessibility Testing

All too often, accessibility does not cross the mind of designers or developers until it is too late in the process. Approaching accessibility as a final checkbox in the entire process of a webpage and website development will result in exurbanite defects and adversely affect the final product. Developers and designers must take on the […]

How Many Environments Do You REALLY Need?

A couple of weeks ago, a client of ours discovered a problem in the production (PROD) environment of one of their clinical systems. In the initial system implementation, they had opted for a single environment (without a sandbox, development, training, test, or validation environment), so they found themselves with no separate environment in which to […]

What’s wrong with our development environment?

It’s very common nowadays to use multiple tools in our development environment, we use: Subversion for version control Sonar for static analysis Selenium for web testing automation Hudson for continuous integration Maven for build management etc.