Over the years, I have used a variety of analytics programs to keep track of website traffic. From Google Analytics to Microsoft adCenter Analytics to OneStat, they’re all the same. Since last week, however, I’ve been lucky enough to be able
If you have ever used Google Charts before you have probably used the shape markers… …I wanted shape markers in flot to diplay alerts on certain data points in my graphs, something I couldn’t find support for. After the jump
Dealing with ajax has become so easy and high-level that it is pretty easy to forget about the details. A nice habit to get into when dealing with an ajax-heavy frontend is to manage the event listeners and connections that
Internet Explorer integration is by far my least favorite part of developing web applications. I had this nice little java applet that was working fine in Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, etc. (basically WebKit and Mozilla browsers) but would annoyingly sit
Michael Blechar, vice president in Gartner’s Applications Architecture Research division, just posted his thoughts on Agile development, a development method we at ELC prefer to achieve superior results. Blechar’s post go back to a recently published Gartner research notes entitled “Agile Development: What’s
What is exactly the difference between software-as-a-service (SaaS) and a cloud application? If you aren’t confronted with both topics frequently, this question is likely to be confusing and you may be tempted to simply answer that there is no difference.
I like Sass and I like Heroku, but they don’t necessarily like each other. Because of Heroku’s read-only file system and Sass’s tendency to write files to disk, a workaround is needed to get the two to play nicely together. Heroku’s
Heroku is great for rapid application development but if you want to run multiple databases it doesn’t provide any options. Running multiple databases in a master-slave orientation can provide an elegant solution to many scaling issues. This can be accomplished