by Aris Papadopoulos |
Android Software Engineer

Should Developers Use Third-Party Libraries?


Every new developer learns the following core principles of software engineering early in their career: DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) This acronym encourages developers to avoid code duplication and focus on configurable and reusable components. KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) Always aim for simplicity in your design by avoiding over-engineered solutions. YAGNI (You Ain’t Gonna Need… [Read entire article]

by Aris Papadopoulos |
Android Software Engineer

Android Tutorial: Creating Buttons that Appear Conditionally on Scroll


Imagine you’re scrolling down a very long screen (this is a common situation with Privacy Policies). As you scroll down the ‘Accept’ button scrolls off the screen. This is a short but helpful Android Tutorial for fixing this UX problem. I will show you how to place the button in an alternative position: the bottom of the screen.… [Read entire article]

by Andres Canal |
Senior Developer

Why You Should Embrace Continuous Integration


We’ve all been there: you clone a repository, run your project and… nothing happens. Well, nothing but a series of errors; from missing files to compiler warnings. You seek some advice and ask your co-worker: “I just cloned the repo, but nothing seems to work and the readme file is blank. Do you know what’s… [Read entire article]

by Andres Canal |
Senior Developer

Using Quill.js To Build A WYSIWYG Editor For Your Website


Remember how basic the Facebook status update used to be?  Now, that same space contains an array of sophisticated text styling options that let users fully express what’s on their minds. This evolution has been driven by rich-text editors like Quill, which allow visitors to fully customise their content: from embedding photos and videos to adding emoticons. In this… [Read entire article]

by Rafael Carvalho |
Senior Developer

Single Page Applications: When and Why You Should Use Them


Selecting the correct technology stack can make or break a project. Sometimes, the desire to use the next ‘hot’ technology leads stakeholders (both technical and non-technical) to make unwise decisions in this department.  Twitter is a high profile example of this phenomenon. In 2010, the social giant shipped a new Single Page Application (SPA) architecture that… [Read entire article]

by Rodrigo Webler |
Tech Lead

What We Learned at Rio Sul Valley Dev Summit 2017


This weekend was an exciting one for us here at Scalable Path. On Saturday, November 25th, 2017 a few of our developers took part in the Rio Sul Valley Dev Summit in Brazil. The Rio Sul Valley initiative is a project by a network of professionals, startups, and third sector organizations who want to integrate Silicon Valley innovation… [Read entire article]

by JP Stones |
Marketing Strategist

A Guide to Agile Project Management with Scrum. Pt 1


Scrum is perfect for small, remote teams working on complex software products. But its rapid rise in popularity has meant that Agile Project Management with Scrum it is often not fully understood, even by those who have been exposed to it. In this series, I hope to clear up some of the confusion around terminology,… [Read entire article]

by Carlos Mafla |
Tech Lead

What We Learned At The ScaleConf 2017 Scalability Summit


We had a great time in Medellin, sponsoring ScaleConf 2017. The pioneering tech conference on Scalability, DevOps and Modern Software tools finished on Saturday. We’ve put together our highlights from the events including the slides and quotes from some of our favorite talks. We’re big fans of this event for a few reasons. Firstly, a… [Read entire article]