In this blog, we will explore how to integrate Coveo Headless, a powerful search and relevance platform, with OpenUI5, a popular UI framework for building web applications. As search functionality becomes increasingly crucial for modern applications, this integration will allow us to create an advanced search experience within OpenUI5 projects. Introduction Coveo Headless is a […]
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In part 1 of this two-part blog series on securing your local development with HTTPS and Self-Signed Certificates, I described how to create a local self-signed certificate. In this part, I’ll explain how to use that certificate to safeguard your development environment and make it even more similar to QA & Production. Bind the certificate […]
Wasn’t it around 2006 when HTTPS started becoming popular? You’d go to a secure page and almost always see a message saying, “This page contains both secure and nonsecure items. Do you want to display the insecure items?” 1 “Helpful” people online posted how to disable the error. Then browsers got smarter and just stopped […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.