Category Archives: Software Engineering

Flux: Some things never change

Posted on: January 25th, 2018 by admin

A kaleidoscope of frameworks and libraries which rule JavaScript trends by turns is not the news anymore. Developers from other fields even mock us, frontend developers. I had to go

Who is the Boss in da House? The battle continues: FrontEnd vs BackEnd vs Fullstack

Posted on: July 17th, 2015 by admin

The development of a modern application might be compared with a house construction: one should hire a team of specialists - each master of his trade. As the builders lay foundation, erect the ossature and carry out all the necessary utility systems, so do the team of developers  with your web application. Backend Team think over the main application architecture, choose the necessary technologies and consider the means of communication and data processing. Frontend Team, in their turn, put into life the designer’s mock-up and implement the interaction between end user and backend.

Automated downfall check for the code. Quick SQL-injections search

Posted on: May 11th, 2015 by admin

SQL-injections (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL_injection) represent a wonderful way to get external access to your database. This kind of injections can be left in the code by developers both because of lack of experience and on purpose. Is it possible to find them quickly and be sure your product is safe? Our developer Alexander shares his experience of automated search for such injections.

Preventing user from annoying Java Applet messages, or Operation “Rescuing your user” vol.1.

Posted on: May 8th, 2014 by Anna Vasilevskaya

Java applets and warnings: do you want both? I’m sure you don’t. We have extensive experience in using java applets. They really help to speed up your system significantly, still at the same time they may cause issues for the client and their users such as annoying warning messages. Actually it can be easily solved if you know how to do that.