Why IT Leaders Need to Track Flow Time
Many organizations are beginning to tighten the DevOps screws as they look for ways to increase productivity and decrease costs. So there’s a rising demand for DevOps flow metrics that deliver direct insights into value streams. What are flow metrics, and why are they critical to DevOps workflows? Take a closer look at it in this post on Plutora’s blog.

SwiftUI Forms 101: A Breakdown for Mobile Developers

A lot has changed with SwiftUI, and since it has been almost two years since its formal launch, most developers have already learned to adopt the new user interface workflow in all aspects of their apps. One such aspect is Forms. If you haven’t had the opportunity to stretch your muscles with this new workflow or you’re new to the platform and you’re looking for a simple and straightforward introduction to SwiftUI, this is the article for you. Find out more from Juan Reyes on Waldo blog.

A Complete Guide to GraphQL in Flutter

In this article, you’ll learn what GraphQL is, how it affects API, what queries are, and how to use GraphQL. Through this post, you will be able to build an app as a demonstration using a public GraphQL API. You’ll also learn what mutations are and how to use them. You’ll see an example of how to use mutations in applications. By the end of this article, you will have conquered GraphQL, and you’ll be ready to apply it in your applications! Get started in this post from Imoh Promise Chinedu on Waldo blog. 

An In-Depth Guide to Using SwiftUI Button

This article will briefly introduce the SwiftUI button. You’ll learn about customizing and adding functionality to buttons, and you’ll find out about some basic testing. By the end of this article, you’ll have in your hands a simple iOS project with the fundamentals already implemented. Find out more about using the SwiftUI button from Juan Reyes on Waldo blog.

Kotlin vs. Flutter: Choosing the Best Mobile Dev Framework

Both Kotlin and Flutter have their unique strengths and weaknesses. So, picking which one of the two is the better mobile development framework for your project can be tricky. Also, deciding which tool is better for your mobile development project may depend on the nature of the app you’re building. In this post, we’ll compare both tools using five vectors that’ll help you decide which tool makes more sense for your mobile app project. Learn more from Pius Aboyi on Waldo blog.

How Website Monitoring Can Help Improve the End-User Experience

Making your customers happy is essential in any industry, but it’s imperative for online businesses because the competition is only a few clicks away. If you want your customers to be satisfied, providing them a great user experience is essential. This is easier said than done, however. There are many approaches for organizations wanting to improve their user experience, and picking the right one can become overwhelming. We’re here to help. In this post, we’ll show how website monitoring is a vital technique for achieving a great user experience. Carlos Schults can walk you through all of this on Solarwinds’ blog.

What Does Modern Infrastructure Include and How Do You Monitor It?

Why do we choose to use a particular technology? How does that technology serve the overall business needs? And when you have a problem, how do you figure out what’s wrong? If you’re in the position of trying to understand a modern software application for the first time, these questions can seem unanswerable. Good news: every person you work with, and everyone you look up to, has had the same issues. When you understand the kinds of problems modern infrastructure is designed to solve, its pieces make a lot more sense. In this post, we’ll talk about what makes up a modern software application and tools that make it easy to understand your application’s performance. Eric Boersma can help you through this on Solarwinds’ blog.

Data processing is at the heart of nearly every business application. No matter your industry or the purpose of the application, eventually you’re going to process some data. But not all data is created equal. Nor are all sources of data. Dealing with data that arrives at regular intervals is a lot different from processing data streaming directly to your server. Find out more about streaming data from Eric Boersma on Scalyr’s blog.

QUnit Tutorial: Start Unit Testing and Measuring Code Coverage

We also updated a few posts this week, like this on one QUnit. There are many libraries available to write unit tests for your JavaScript code. One popular option is QUnit. Let’s look at how you can get started with QUnit. But let’s not stop there. Measuring code coverage of your tests is a useful metric to gain insights and improve your test suite. Learn all about QUnit on Testim’s blog. 

Puppeteer Screenshots: A Comprehensive How-To

Have you ever tried to interact with the web using apps like cURL or some programming language with its HTTP Client Library? If so, you have undoubtedly run into struggles with HTTP headers, authentication, cookies, specific application layer requirements, or a seemingly simple task like taking a screenshot. Puppeteer screenshot is one of the tools that Puppeteer offers to take and save screenshots of a page. Learn about Puppeteer in this refresh on Testim’s blog.