Category Archives: Best Practices

JavaScript application load strategies

The load policy of a web application is really a cross technology topic in fact a web app that loads fast usually get a better user experience. The components of an application can be roughly summarized as following: services client … Continue reading

Posted in Best Practices, RIA | Leave a comment

Google Maps JavaScript API and Flex-IFrame

Introduction Implementing Google Maps for Flex application proved to be more challenging than it looked at first. Requirement was to have Google Maps implementation as much as possible like maps.google.com. This ruled out Google Maps Flash API (http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/flash/). It has … Continue reading

Posted in Best Practices, flex, general | 5 Comments

Pseudocode and agile modeling

Introduction The purpose of this article is not to be an omni-comprehensive guide about pseudocode but a starting point for a discussion about possible usages and the benefit we are experiencing from the usage of pseudocode during our development process. … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, Best Practices | 2 Comments

Code Quality through reviews and pseudo code

Code quality is one of our most concerns here at GNstudio, our willing is to avoid that the process of scaling up our organization negatively impact the quality of our code. The aim of this short post is to discuss … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, Best Practices | Leave a comment

Code review, user stories and sustainable software

The purpose of this short post is to identify the building blocks of an effective code review. The suggestions you will find here come out of our experience and are especially meaningful for our code review team. We believe that … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, Best Practices | 5 Comments

Helper Classes

On our blog we spent few words about the architecture of a component in Flex / Air applications https://gnstudio.wordpress.com/2009/10/11/de-architectura-mvp-in-flex-air-components/ identifying which are the building blocks of well organized component. It’s the time to clarify the nature of the classes that … Continue reading

Posted in Best Practices, RIA | 1 Comment