3CX V16 Release Candidate adds the ability to copy extensions and more!

The 3CX development team is now in “code-freeze” mode, which means 3CX v16 has reached Release Candidate (RC) status and is now close to launch! We will be holding a live Q&A session and live stream when the final is ready so make sure to watch this space. Management Console Continue Reading

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Snap up your development – Tools for making the snap trek easier

Software development is what happens in between users and bug reports. Niccolo Machiavelli In an ideal world, developers would be able to create new applications without any errors, and live happily ever after. Unfortunately, errors, warnings and bugs are an inseparable part of the process. Sometimes, these problems are caused Continue Reading

ReadySpace New Update

Security Enhancement to Office Mail Service

Our product development team at ReadySpace has constantly been working hard to provide easy to use and secure services for Small businesses. As such, we have done some adjustments to our Office Mail service to give you a better experience. In order to maintain security and service quality, Office Mail Continue Reading

Discovering GitLab’s Personas

Back in January, I explained why GitLab uses personas in product development. At the time, we were still in the process of discovering who GitLab’s personas were. To make sure that the needs and expectations of our users were met, we asked them to complete a survey to share their Continue Reading

9 Attributes of Successful Development Teams

Not all development teams work the same way, but there are some values, processes and attitudes that all successful teams share. 1. They Automate Everything There’s no substitute for the work of the human brain, but by automating some of the more time-consuming (and sometimes tedious) aspects of a developer’s Continue Reading

Demo – Mapping Work Versus Time, With Burndown Charts

Every software development team likely feels pressure to move faster, shipping more software in shorter time periods. With GitLab 9.1, we’ve introduced burndown charts to further help you track and manage your work. Burndown charts for projects help teams visualize the number of issues that are incomplete as they progress Continue Reading

Demo – Cloud Native Development with GitLab

Cloud-native development means moving away from monolithic apps towards microservices: causing a spike in the number of projects and making consistent and efficient application lifecycle management more important than ever. Cloud-native applications embrace a new approach to building and running applications that takes full advantage of the cloud computing model Continue Reading

3 Ways CI/CD Helps Your Team

Continuous Integration and Delivery are at the core of modern software development, enabling businesses to ship new, working features earlier and more often. CI is also becoming an integral part of everyday work for developers, saving them time and reducing frustrations. CI/CD Saves Time One of the major advantages of Continue Reading

Why Collaboration Tools Matter More Than Ever

Tools that foster collaboration and information sharing throughout the software development process are becoming ever more important as enterprises move towards a DevOps culture. With a majority of developers considering chat and collaboration tools to be essential to their jobs, teams that rely on meetings in person may get left Continue Reading

How to Ensure Your Omni-Channel Strategy is a Success – An Interview with Faguo

The omni-channel strategy has become a web development cornerstone for ambitious and connected entrepreneurs. The aim is to promote sales using various distribution channels synergistically to more effectively reach a wider target base while reducing operational constraints. This is what the French company Faguo was able to achieve with international Continue Reading

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