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Our tiny Bootstrap rich text editor is now opensource
We built a tiny (4.5KB, < 200 lines of code) JQuery Bootstrap plugin for MindMup that turns any DIV into a WYSIWYG rich-content editor, and just open-sourced it. Here are the key features: Automatically binds standard hotkeys for common operations on Mac and Windows Supports image drag & drop, uploading…
February revolution, part 2
In the previous post I wrote about the key conclusions from the recent meeting on delivering software that makes a big impact. One of the best things about the meeting was that we did set-based design on the conclusions (big thanks to Karl Scotland for suggesting this). While the group…
Posted on September 20, 2010 | No CommentsIt is my great pleasure to announce the immediate availability of The Secret Ninja Cucumber Scrolls, a free e-book and online step-by-step guide for Cucumber, a tool that is quickly becoming the weapon of choice for many agile teams when it comes to functional test automation, creating executable specifications and...
Posted on March 16, 2009 | 4 CommentsEvan Weaver from Twitter presented a talk on Twitter software upgrades, titled Improving running components as part of the Systems that never stop track at QCon London 2009 conference last Friday. The talk focused on several upgrades performed since last May, while Twitter was experiencing serious performance problems.
Posted on August 6, 2008 | 1 CommentDuring his Executable User Stories with RSpec and BDD session at Agile 2008 today, Aslak Hellesøy presented Cucumber, a new rewrite of RSpec Story Runner. According to Aslak, Cucumber is easier to use than the previous Story Runner. It also supports internationalisation, executing from the command line or rake, has...