After giving a basic insight into accessibility in the first part of our three-part series (LINK), we're now going to give you a little guide. Learn more about universal design, language and media as well as contrasts, graphics and images in the article.
Today, on the 24th of December of a "special" year, we are going on a little time travel - venturing out of the world of component-based development and looking at the root of modern web development: HTML.
We'll provide insight into what Cypress is all about and how to avoid unexpected behavior during your very first integration tests.
Storybook.js is a wonderful environment to build and design components independently from the project. But what would be an environment without tests?
Vue Devtools provides developers with a user-friendly solution to debug and interact with Vue applications.
When it comes to accessibility, there is still a lack of optimal technical solutions in Germany. And this despite the fact that it affects everyone. There is still a lot of room for improvement on the way to achieving the maximum possible to ensure that many digital applications run smoothly. Read more about this in this article by Franziska Gertz and Florian Schubert.
How does it actually work, new fish at boot camp? Which challenges do you have to face and how is the training perceived externally? Everything about it and how Marie (von der Wehl) came to sum.cumo is part of her contribution.
At the first SCIP User Day 2020 of sum.cumo on 10 September, everything will revolve around the further expansion of the development of digital products through collaboration. For this purpose, the most important stakeholders of the SCIP community will come together. Read more about it in the article.
Landing pages are the cornerstone of conversion to introduce the user to the brand and business world of the provider. Erik will introduce you to the topic and explains the basics. You can find more information in the upcoming articles.
Image compression is a critical part of performance optimization. There are tools but two problems persist: the context problem and complexity around automation. We have a tool to simplify automation.
There are many ways to reduce the payload of a website or app. Several of them are related to HTML optimization. Of those, HTMLMinifier offers quite a few. At sum.cumo, we like to use one particular setup.
We know what Kerstin and Johannes (and Fabian) did the other weekend.
We like Vue and we work with Vue and we went through our favorites to share what we deem most helpful, to learn and master Vue.
sum.cumo shares two solutions for the Vue ecosystem: Vue States allows the mapping of global and local states through the Provide-Inject Pattern, for seamless integration with respective application. Meanwhile, Vue History can be used to automatically generate traces of all method invocations.
For the third time in a row, sum.cumo sponsors JSUnconf, and four sum.cumos – Sven, Kathy, Kerstin und Johannes – share why they look forward to the next edition.
Sven Wagner with the basics as well as resources for one of the fundamental approaches to modern frontend code.
We’ve written a little helper for Google’s Lighthouse in order to make configuration and testing of multiple URLs easier and published its source and an npm module.
sum.cumo was in the Bay Area and somehow we end up talking about Chrome and AMP and the Web as a whole.
Vue specialists Hannes and Johannes spoke at the Hamburg Vue.js Meetup and now share their views and slides.
A member of the sum.cumo crew with personal highlights, favorites, trends and recommendations from Copenhagen.
The craft of CSS is dying, it’s easy to claim these days. But is style sheet quality that important at all? The opposite position appears legitimate just as well. A few thoughts.