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(English) Dinero.js: Working With Monetary Values in JavaScript

Leider ist der Eintrag nur auf Britisches Englisch verfügbar.Working with monetary values can become a problem in any programming language and JavaScript certainly is no different in that respect. The naïve assumption that monetary values can be expressed as floating point numbers almost inevitably leads to rounding errors caused by precision and the fact that in most cases monetary values are represented as decimal numbers with just two (instead of an undefined number of) decimal places. Apart from that, money is not ... Read more

(English) Jenny Shen: UX Design Across Different Cultures

Leider ist der Eintrag nur auf Britisches Englisch verfügbar.UX designer Jenny Shen recently has been featured on the Scott Hanselman's podcast with her work on UX design across different cultures. She's published a two-part summary of her experiences with cross-cultural design and internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) of websites and applications: UX Design Across Different Cultures — Part 1 UX Design Across Different Cultures — Part 2 These articles shed light on how distributing an application or publishing a website in another country not only requires translating the content ... Read more

(English) Nonsense We Put up With: Complexity, Agile Gone Wrong and Enterprise Decision Making

Leider ist der Eintrag nur auf Britisches Englisch verfügbar.Recently, I've come across a few articles that - although about ostensibly different subjects - share a common theme: When trying to create business value through software and devising the structures required to do so we all too often put up with wasteful processes, politics and toxic behaviour patterns that not only do not contribute to our goal but are downright detrimental. First, there's this transcript of a talk Martin Fowler gave at Agile ... Read more

(English) Dependency Management for Angular Unit Tests Using TestModuleMetadata

Leider ist der Eintrag nur auf Britisches Englisch verfügbar.Since its inception it's always been one of the eminent design goals of Angular (and AngularJS before it) to make JavaScript applications easily testable and bake unit and E2E testing right into the development process. While the Angular team certainly has succeeded at this there's still the occasional snag you hit when writing unit or end-to-end tests. For the most part, the testing experience with Angular is terrific and testing JavaScript codebases has come ... Read more