Electron is a framework developed by Github. It allows the creation of cross-platform applications with a graphical interface using Node.js and the Chromium engine, technologies that are also used in the development of web applications.
Creating an intuitive and above all pretty user interface is not an easy task. What’s more, companies such as Microsoft and Google are trying to maintain a consistent design to lower the threshold of entry for users and make it easier to use their wide range of apps.
It is March 2021, the world has been fighting the COVID-19 virus pandemic for a year. Both in our private lives and professionally, we have had to learn a lot and face new challenges during this year. Paradoxically, this is a good time to do some reflection and think about what design is today.
SCRUM is undoubtedly the most popular software development methodology. It involves developing a project in short stages. In theory, each of these should end with the delivery of a piece of the system to the end user.
A design sprint is a five-day design process to help answer key questions in a project. Developed by Jake Knapp, it eventually gained recognition at Google Venture where its development continued at dozens of start-ups.
This article is to remind about the mistakes we make when creating web apps and some fallacies that we may become the victims of when thinking about security.