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eZ Autosave and the content edit interface

Monday 03 March 2014 02:06

by Arne Bakkebo  | 2 comments

I have had a couple of problems related to eZ Autosave the last year, which have been quite a challenge to figure out. So in case someone else might have the same problem, I'll make a note of it here.

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Automatic deployment - QA#6

Wednesday 21 August 2013 10:19

by Arne Bakkebo  | 3 comments

After a break during the summer holiday months, I'm back with another musing around quality software development. This time I'll talk a little about how to set up automatic deployment. Automatic deployment is an essential part of quality development, and it's also one of the simplest starting points for improvement. There is of course a range of ways to do automatic deployment, the following will describe how I have solved it. I have used this only on eZ Publish 4.x, but most of it should work with some adjustments on 5.x also.

[QA5 - Code review considerations]

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Code review considerations - QA#5

Tuesday 21 May 2013 09:58

by Arne Bakkebo  | 3 comments

In the previous article I discussed code repository branching and code review procedures. Today I will follow up this by talking about what to focus on when doing the actual review of a code change.
[QA4 - Branching and code review procedures]

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Branching and code review procedures - QA#4

Wednesday 24 April 2013 09:00

by Arne Bakkebo  | 0 comments

First rule of getting started with code reviewing: Be consistent!

[QA#3 - Best practices]

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Best practices - QA#3

Wednesday 03 April 2013 08:50

by Arne Bakkebo  | 4 comments

In my previous post I talked about having a code formatting standard to make the code more readable. Having established this as a routine, the next step of readability is to consider how to make what you do with the code more readable. This part is rather hard to define, so I'm going to talk about some best practices here.

[QA#2 - Code formatting standards]

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Code formatting standards - QA#2

Thursday 07 March 2013 08:23

by Arne Bakkebo  | 4 comments

I'd like to start my quality software blog series with the basics, and talk a little about considerations around code formattings standards. I know that many already have a standard, and are using it consistently. I know also that many do not. In the eZ Publish part of Making Waves we have not been very consistent in this regard. I would like us to be.

[QA#1 - Quality software development introduction]

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Quality software development introduction

Friday 01 March 2013 10:57

by Arne Bakkebo  | 9 comments

This topic actually came up on the eZ Unconference in Köln this october. In one of the workshops people where asked what kind of quality assurance they used for their software development. The answer wasn't very uplifting, only a couple of the companies participating was actually using code reviews and the likes to improve their code quality. This, however, doesn't really surprise me.

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