Tag Archives: web-based applications

Wobbles in the Spectrum
Using Doppler Spectroscopy to Find Software Bugs

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Web developers are known to come up with jargon to describe different software programming situations. One of our favorites is the┬áterm Bugfoot, the mysterious bug discovered by one person that no one else can reproduce. Creative classification of all things programming is fun, but it also helps the team communicate with one another in a […]

Web-based Application Database Design and Infrastructure

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In my experience as a web developer at Pelago I’ve helped develop several web-based applications that required more than just an out-of-the box database configuration. While 99% of the online apps we’ve built can get by on a MySQL or PostgreSQL database with little to no configuration, the few that do require optimizations will certainly […]

A Few Tips for Developing Web-based Applications

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Take a quick look at the online productivity software landscape and you will see there are plenty of options to choose from.┬áThis as a good thing, after all, project managers, web designers, web developers, and creatives are a thorough and intelligent bunch and highly capable of vetting out the best web-based applications that will work […]

So, You’ve Developed a Web-based Application. Now What?

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There are many web development agencies out there who are finding themselves in the same predicament Pelago was in five years ago. The nature of a web development business is that in solving business problems online for others, we often find it just as simple to solve our own. So we developed our own internal […]