When we design software with maintainability in mind, one obvious goal is to keep the unnecessary lines of code to a bare minimum. The less you need to see/read that is not vital to your understanding of the domain model, the better.
We’re excited to have launched the all new Ryvita Shop earlier this week.
Following the successful launch of a new Surface View homepage earlier in the year, we’ve started to rollout the updated look and feel to other areas of the site, including new product listings pages, SEO landing pages and MySV overlays.
At Made we are always on the lookout for technologies and practices that enable us to deliver better code. Practices that can speed up page loads, help us write better tests, or in this case, offer up SEO improvements.
Following the launch of the On Running eCommerce store at the beginning of the year, we’ve just released support for three Asian markets: Japan, China and Korea.
Invoke cache sweeper through a rake task, which will loop over all the products in the database and expire the cache for each one. There is a fair amount of setup required for this to work. I will walk you through how to do this with a series of hacks.
We’re pleased to announce that we’re continuing our relationship with Jordans and Ryvita by getting cracking on the user experience, design and rebuild of the Ryvita eCommerce shop.
We’ve launched the multi-market Forevermark Bridal website, currently available in Global English, India, China and Hong Kong. We delivered the Information Architecture, content management, website build and hosting for the project.
Hot on the heels of our earlier launch of the Jordans Cereals website, we’ve delivered an all-new recipe section for the site, featuring 10 carefully curated recipes containing a range of Jordans products.
We take pride in our extensive adoption of test automation. We see significant business value and commercial advantage both for us and our clients in providing automated test suites across our deliveries.