What I learned from BulletHQs development team

I worked with Bullet HQ’s API recently so that I could import account and related data in to their system. Afterwards I had the opportunity to talk with John Farrelly, responsible for Bullet’s Product Development about how they develop their software. BulletHQ is an excellent Accounts and Payroll web application, based in Dublin. They recently …

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Introducing MouseJS for visualising user activity on your website

Mousejs.com is a new site we put together to help some of our clients to gain some insights about user movements on their own website or web application. It works by tracking the precise movements of a user’s mouse cursor while they are navigating a webpage. Once the user has left the page, a screenshot …

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Start testing your API with CodeCeption

This is a brief step by step guide to install CodeCeption on your local machine and to create a basic but useful test for a fictional ‘Categories’ API endpoint. Codeception is a Testing framework that you can use for creating Unit Tests, Acceptance tests and Web Services/API tests too. For more information, http://codeception.com/ The test created below …

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