Software Country’s Blog

News New Case Study: OneRoster 1.2 Integration for LMS
August 10, 2023
Our team developed a solution for passing grade information from the learning management system (LMS) to a student information system (SIS) using a public API based on OneRoster® specification.
News Software Country at ATP's Innovations in Testing 2023
March 19, 2023
With e-assessment and e-learning among the Software Country's key areas of expertise, ATP's event is a good opportunity to keep up with the industry.
News Software Country at SCOPE 2023
February 14, 2023
The event, which took place in Orlando, Florida, on 6-9 Feb 2023, is a great opportunity to create new connections in one of our key areas of our expertise.
Blog Posts Story of Deprecation and Positive Thinking in URLs Encoding
May 13, 2022
There is the saying, ‘If it works, don’t touch it!’ I like it, but sometimes changes could be requested by someone from the outside, and if it is Apple, we have to listen.
Blog Posts The Laws of Proximity and Common Region in UX Design
April 18, 2022
The Laws of Proximity and Common Region explain how people decide if an element is a part of a group and are especially helpful for interface designers.
Blog Posts Custom Segmented Control with System-like Interface in SwiftUI
March 31, 2022
Our goal today is to create a Segmented Control that accepts segments not as an array, but as views provided by the ViewBuilder. This is the same method that the standard Picker employs.
Blog Posts End-to-end: Go Fix It
March 10, 2022
Not that long ago, our testing processes got completely messed up. Our experience: how we analyzed the issue, looked for ways to solve it, and eventually dealt with it.
Blog Posts Business Rule Compiler Based on Expression Trees
February 09, 2022
In this article, I will tell you how we created the user notification feature and how we eventually built an expression-trees-based compiler that helped us successfully complete this task.
Blog Posts Exceptions among Exceptions in .NET
December 24, 2021
Exceptions in C# / .NET can behave differently. Not all of them, and not always, can be handled and intercepted. The article describes a collection of exceptions that 'beat' try-catch-finally pattern.
Blog Posts Accessible Component Design with Examples
December 13, 2021
Designer guide on ARIA attributes, focus order, and more. This information will come in handy if you design new components, test interfaces, or work with/as a front end engineer.
Blog Posts Developing SQL Query Testing System. Part 2
October 21, 2021
We developed a data layer testing framework to automate and simplify the process of testing complex SQL queries on a large project. Here is a short summary of results and changes.
Blog Posts Techniques for Handling Service Failures in Microservice Architectures
October 13, 2021
This article may be useful for those who have suffered from the instability of external APIs: what are the strategies for handling failures and which way we found to deal with the problem.
友情链接: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10