• Apr 07 2017

    Our Technical Vision and Objectives for 2017

    BY: Donald Bickel
    2016 was a year of great success and growth. We experienced technical evolution and shipped a large volume of client solutions. As 2017 approached my team got together to establish our technical vision for the upcoming year. We decided that this is the year for us to mature how we build applications, ratchet up our focus on quality and become more masterful with our new skills. In this blog series I will share our vision and objectives for the coming year and welcome your thoughts on where your firm is focused in 2017.
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  • Mar 10 2017

    Naming Conventions – Four Esoteric Issues

    BY: Jeremy Phillips
    As a relatively new architect-level hire at Mercury, I have spent a large amount of time exploring code bases that are new to me. In that exploration, I have come across a variety of source code peculiarities and problems related to issues with naming conventions. These are fairly rare situations and as such can take a while to diagnose and get to the true root problem. The issues I will describe below are specific to situations in Mercury’s development process, but might help to identify possible pitfalls in yours.
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  • Jan 27 2017

    Foit, Fout and Perceived Performance

    BY: Donald Bickel
    As web developers, we strive to provide the highest fidelity interface and experience for users of our sites and applications as possible. From the use of responsive web design, SASS, CSS3, Flexbox and JavaScript frameworks we exercise every technique and option to bring the latest to our users. With great power comes great responsibility and that means dealing with FOIT, FOUT and providing the perception of performance to our users.
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  • Aug 11 2016

    Intro To React Part One: Components

    BY: Zach Winnie
    Learn how to create a simple component in the first in a series of posts about learning React.
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  • Jan 29 2016

    Fun with URLs in an Angular App

    BY: Graham Morris
    This blog post is going to help you clean up your URLs when you’re developing a SPA (Single Page App). In addition, I’m going to show you how to enable a browser refresh when you do. And finally, I’m going to show you how to enable ASP.NET MVC’s ReturnUrl functionality when the target page is an Angular route. If any of these things interest you, then keep reading.
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